Friday’s steep declines in the markets were driven by weak employment report and a war of words between the United States and China, but seemed to have been shrugged off in Asia trade. While trade tensions and geopolitical risks are likely to keep the appetite for risk in check, investors will have new information to digest this week, particularly earnings from big banks and U.S. inflation data.
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