FTSE 100 continues in the green for the fourth consecutive session after President Donald Trump said that US and China are close to signing a trade deal. Yesterday Chinese officials said that China and the US had reached a consensus on resolving some important trade issues. On the macro front, France Consumer Confidence above came in at 106 topping expectations of 103 in November.
Wall Street indices finished higher yesterday with S&P and Nasdaq finishing at fresh all-time highs, while in Asia stocks indices ended slightly higher with the Nikkei adding 0.28% at 23,437.
Later today we expect data from US GDP, Durable Goods Orders m/m, and Initial Jobless Claims.