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Despite new US tariffs on Chinese imports, developed market equities were calm in September. S&P 500 +0.4% to a new high as unemployment fell further and consumer confidence rose again. European equities were largely flat but within emerging markets, China and Brazil bounced 3.5%, but India -6% as the rupee hit a new low (72.49 vs USD). 10-year US Treasury yields surged 20bp to 3.06% after a 25bp rise in interest rates and concerns over future inflation. This helped USD add 0.5-1% against major currencies as gold eased 0.5% ($1,192). Brent crude +5% ($83) on supply concerns. Among other commodities, urea +7%, copper +6%, Henry Hub gas +5%, while aluminum and silver, were each -3%.

Regional equities were mixed as Saudi Arabia (+0.6%) recovered earlier weakness, while Kuwait +1.6% on part 1 of the FTSE EM upgrade. Abu Dhabi (-1%) and Qatar (-0.7%) ended lower. A busy month for regional fixed income with 11 issues raising $9.3bn+, including $3bn from DP World (four-tranche, multi-currency) and $2bn from the Saudi sovereign. Regional sukuk returned +0.32% in September
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