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Brothers in Energy http://ow.ly/whOp304IO39
China used to call Russia its ‘older brother’. However, never again since the fall of the USSR. In an effort to portray its status as a less powerful yet assuredly more senior neighbour, Russian officials have recently begun referring to their country as China’s ‘elder sister’. The new term has proven less popular in China.
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Remember September (for Jobs Data) http://ow.ly/aCJV304IIOE
Let's admit that the monthly non-farm payroll report is among the most difficult for economists to forecast. There are not many reliable inputs as it is the first piece of real sector data for a new month.
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Does Japan's Democracy Have Room for Women and Children? http://ow.ly/xX9V304GxSC
A wave of political activism has animated East Asian politics: Taiwan’s Sunflower Student Movement in 2014, South Korean 2015 street protests against President Park’s new labour law, and protests in Japan in 2015 against Prime Minister Abe’s security bills. Youth activism was common to all these movements. Facing challenges in a stagnating economy, the younger generations have developed a deeper political awareness from a sense of marginalisation...
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Thursday Headlines: OPEC, Deutsche Bank and Many Fed Speakers http://ow.ly/oI3k304GpOL
The US dollar has firmer against most major and emerging market currencies. It remains well within its well-worn ranges, which continue to be narrow. A notable exception today is the yen's weakness.
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Could the Outcome of the Algiers Talks Move Oil Prices? http://ow.ly/jRSb304EtSH
Saudi Arabia and Iran may yet come to terms on some sort of production arrangement, but the outcome of the negotiations in Algeria this week may not do much to rescue oil prices. Following the media spectacle, the oil markets may have to shift their attention back to the supply and demand fundamentals, which are not reassuring.
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It's an Italian Thing http://ow.ly/i9KF304EfO6
Italian Prime Minister has set the date for the constitutional referendum as late as practically possibly. It will be held on December 4. The issue is the perfect bicameralism that gives as much power to the Senate as the Chamber of Deputies.
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Diverging Global Monetary Policies Plod On http://ow.ly/SGX6304IMyV
The euro is trading at its lowest level against the Norwegian krone since August 2015. The euro is near its best levels against the Swedish krona in nearly as long.
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That's One Tough Dollar, but Oddly Down for September http://ow.ly/Fl1h304IKOE
True to its recent habit, the US dollar is finishing the week on a firm note. On the month, though, the greenback has fallen against most of the majors, but sterling, the Canadian dollar, and the Swedish krona.
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Move Over Oil, It's LNG http://ow.ly/RBYr304GzHd
During this year’s G7 summit, Japan announced its vision of creating a LNG market to meet increasing energy demand. Natural resource markets are a foundation for trade and economic development. What is less well known is the close link between the natural resource markets and the currency markets.
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Employer Insurance Premium Growth - Still a Problem http://ow.ly/1DUe304Gsp5
Upward pressure on US consumer prices is stemming from two elements. Rents and medical services. Due to the differences in the composition of the basket of goods and services that are used, the core personal consumption deflator, which the Fed targets, typically lags behind core CPI.
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Are You Ready for Renminbi? http://ow.ly/6pvt304Ew9g
On October 1, the Chinese renminbi officially joins becomes the fifth international reserve currency. Until recently, Washington played geopolitics to defer the renminbi’s internationalization. However, what about Wall Street?
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Without Monetary Policy Insight, Dollar Runs in Place http://ow.ly/UJ5M304Eogh
The US dollar is enjoying a firmer bias today, but it remains narrowly mixed on the week. It is within well-worn ranges. Of the several themes that investors are focused on, there have not significant fresh developments.
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