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Hi there,

I hope you had a good weekend!

The US Federal Reserve spoke about the economy this week. They provided some reassurance to the markets in general.

In our view, some investors have been concerned about international trade disputes as being a bit of a headwind, or that they will make growth.

However, the Fed seemingly is coming in as a bit of a safety net. They kept interest rates unchanged which many investors could view as pretty stimulative or pro-growth.

The Fed said that the expansion should continue through 2019 and that the job market remains pretty strong at the moment.

See you next week!

-Saul


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