Top five stock picks for Q3

As Theresa May’s time at Downing Street draws to a close, the UK finds itself gearing up for a new Conservative Prime Minister and another delay to Brexit, which is now due to happen on 31 October 2019. 

Some leadership candidates have expressed ease at a no-deal Brexit while others have indicated that they would seek to renegotiate or make amendments to the deal. With much of the initial Brexit uncertainty priced in by the markets, will this renewed bout of uncertainty cause further fluctuations in the markets?

eToro’s latest report looks at five stocks that could provide value for investors in Q3 and beyond.


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On 29 June 2019, Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. The aftermath of the G20 summit could prove to be crucial for the global economy and financial markets.

Staying across the pond, the Federal Reserve has hinted they could cut interest rates as early as July following weaker than expected employment numbers in June. Additionally, the European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi has not ruled out launching more stimulus in a bid to combat continued weak inflation numbers. In the past, central bank intervention cause markets to rally. Is now the time to buy? Read eToro’s report now.

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