- The situation is heating up again in Hong Kong
- Britain and the EU have accused each other in disrupting the negotiations
- China is increasing its gold reserves
Tens of thousands of protesters again took to the streets of Hong Kong. Many wore masks, ignoring the ban imposed on Saturday as part of the state of emergency. Protesters smashed bank buildings and the underground station, the police responded with tear gas shells. Hong Kong authorities for the first time in 50 years were forced to use a state of emergency, but it was not enough to prevent protests. The tense situation in Hong Kong has put pressure on the Asian markets, which are now traded mostly in the red zone.
Chief Negotiator for EU Brexit Michel Barnier put the entire responsibility for the UK out of the EU on the government of Boris Johnson. He noted that the three-year negotiations are now on the verge of collapse. In turn, the British Prime Minister in an interview with Sun and the Daily Express publications said that before the official release from the EU countries there are only 25. The main question is whether the European Union will want to part with us in the good or the UK will be given to itself.
Gold reserves in China are growing the tenth month in a row. According to the September inventory level to the Report increased from 62.45 million. Ounces to 62.64 million. At the same time, the volume of foreign exchange reserves of China in September fell by $ 14.8 billion to $ 3.092 trillion. Experts had expected a decline by only $ 6 billion.
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