Scoreboard: Syrian snag

Commodities took a hit as the legal nitty gritty of a Syrian intervention unfolded, while strong US GDP boosted the greenback.

It was a pretty simple session overnight. Syria is still on the mind of investors, but it is increasingly clear that concerns are being raised firstly about the legality of action and secondly the strategy. So no attack is imminent it seems. The latest I’ve read is that the UK won’t commit to an attack without parliamentary approval, and most of the parliament appears to want see some evidence and at least try to get UN backing.

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