Financial markets stayed steady during the Monday morning trading in the European Stock Exchanges. For example the London FTSE 100 – was down about 0,09 percent, DAX in Frankfurt was up 0,07 percent and Paris CAC 40- index was up 0,01 percent.
The markets in Japan were closed on Monday, but Hang Seng was up 0,05 percent in HongKong and Shanghai A-index was down 0,61 percent.
The dollar was trading 1,17 against euro, up 0,07 percent.
The trade tensions between the US, China, Russia and EU are tiggering and the companies are facing growing unease with the situation. This will have its own impact in investment decisions, timings, places and financing. For example this will have big impact in tech companies and their locations in the future.
The markets will be expecting more information from the world leaders, the US president Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin in Helsinki today. The leaders are having their press conference during the late afternoon EET.