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Good Morning, Waiting on the statement Despite all the news and fears swirling around markets, the past 24hrs have been rather soporific. Tonight’s Federal Reserve meeting is a rather large checkpoint for these markets. While we do not expect any change in outright policy tonight from the FOMC, a change in tone could signal that …
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German IFO expected to come in at a positive 107 US durable goods expecting rebound to 3% Greek negotiations with Troika on again Weak Chinese data continues with industrial profits Quiet start to the week with negotiations ahead The only data to end the week was some slightly better than expected mortgage numbers with the …
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Bank of England MPC vote 9-0 for unchanged rates Oil falls further on US inventory build NZD cuts rates by 0.25% to 3% Greek parliament passes second package of reforms The Bank of England policy meetings and minutes are again becoming interesting with any dissent keenly watched as a precursor to rate moves. There was …
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Good morning, Back to life, back to reality With the existential crisis around Greece seemingly put to bed for now, markets are casting around for something to focus on. Yesterday with very little fanfare, Greece repaid around EUR6.8bn to various creditors including the IMF and the European Central Bank. With banks now allowing depositors to …
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- ECB lifts liquidity assistance for Greek banks 

- Carney talks up rate hikes by 'turn of the year' 

- Draghi maintains that debt relief is necessary for Greece
- US inflation set to rise in keeping with USD bullishness
Good morning, Draghi steps up Euro continued its broad sell-off yesterday despite a broadly supportive European Central Bank meeting and press conference from Mario Draghi. The President of the European Central Bank was in quite a bullish mood as typified by his statement that all monetary policy instruments will be used by the European Central …
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Good morning, Any Given Sunday Crunch talks in Brussels to bring about a solution to the Greek debt crisis failed yesterday as they have many, many times before and last chance meeting has been scheduled for Sunday. Let’s hope that the Greek negotiators are better prepared than they were yesterday; turning up without a new …
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Good morning, Chinese burn Concern around China rocketed back to the front of investor’s minds yesterday as stocks crumpled by 8%, the most since the Global Financial Crisis. Concerns over a bubble in stock prices given the crackdowns on leverage, the continually expansionist monetary policy of the People’s Bank of China and the weak economic …
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UK retail sales worse at -0.2%  Troika to meet Greece to discuss third bailout Chinese PMI weak at 48.2 – AUD, gold, oil lower South Africa raises interest rates to 6% from 5.75%.  In the UK, the only data that we had was worse than expected with retail sales -0.2% month on month against expectations …
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Tired markets Apart from a broad sell-off in the US dollar and sterling towards the end of the European session, yesterday’s markets were once again quite a laborious affair. Even the losses for the USD and GBP were rather muted as markets treated the two to a short squeeze to close out the day. Short …
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German PPI -0.1% lower than expectations Discussions on Greek debt haircut in focus Gold hits lowest levels in 5 years Japanese and Australian meeting minutes tonight It’s all about the Greek haircut We heaved a collective sigh of relief last week when Greece voted ‘Yes’ to the bailout package. Following that, we had a strong …
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Good morning, Greek vote could go either way Greece’s latest bailout plan will be put to its own parliament later today following a day of negotiations and heated debate. Alexis Tsipras, in an interview on Greek state TV, told the country that he had “a knife at my neck” when making the decision to agree …
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Good morning Deal or no deal? Europe is really drinking in the last chance saloon today with another emergency summit of EU leaders to take place this afternoon. Alexis Tsipras was told yesterday by Angela Merkel, fresh from her meeting with Francois Hollande, that he must come to Brussels today with an updated proposal. Funnily …
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