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Last night was the first of three US presidential debates. With the polls so close – Clinton leads by less than 2 percentage points -- the debates have the potential to sway the undecided voters and tip the election either way.Read More
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) today surprised the markets with yet another tweak of their monetary policy. As expected, it focused on the shape of the Japanese Government Bond (JGB) yield curve, but it contained enough new and unexpected aspects to provide several surprises.Read More
Its been nearly 2 months since the historic Brexit vote and 6 weeks since the Bank of England issued a stronger response to the Brexit than many economists forecasted. The same policy makers are now having to assess whether their outlook requires a change in strategy.Read More
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US Durable Goods, Informal OPEC Meeting, Yellen Testimony on Banking Supervision
The European day starts out with two consumer confidence indices, that of France and Italy. They’re expected to be little changed. That could be taken as a good sign as t ...
Markit US Service-Sector PMI, Consumer Confidence
The tone of the day will no doubt be determined by the outcome of the US presidential debate, which isn’t known at the time of writing. What is known is that markets in g ...
Preliminary PMIs, Canada Retail Sales & CPI
Today we get the other feature for the week, the preliminary Markit PMIs for the major Eurozone countries and the US. The Eurozone manufacturing PMI is expected to be sl ...
Chicago Fed, EU Consumer Confidence, Existing Home Sales
After all yesterday’s excitement, it’s back to normal today, or even a little bit quieter than normal. There are no major indicators out during the European day, and even ...
BoJ, FOMC, RBNZ
Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday! By the time you’re reading this, the Bank of Japan will have already announced its decision. Next comes the Fed. I went ...
US Housing Starts & Permits, Japan Trade Balance, BoJ Policy Board Meeting
Another quiet day in Europe and the US. The fun then starts overnight when the BoJ meets. There are no major European indicators out today. In the US, the only major ind ...
EU Leaders’ Summit, US CPI
After the relatively busy European day yesterday, there are no major indicators out during that time period today. ...
UK Trade, Canada Housing Starts, EU Finance Ministers & Central Bankers
The last of this week’s meetings: the Eurozone finance ministers & central bankers meet today in Bratislava, Slovakia. They’ll be joined tomorrow by their non-Eurozone EU ...
With no major European indicators out during the European morning, markets will be awaiting the results of the ECB meeting. Virtually no analyst expects any change in rat ...
German, UK Industrial Production; Bank of Canada Meeting; Japan Current Account, China Trade
The European day once again gets off to an early start with an early indicator from Germany. Industrial production is expected to have risen only marginally in July, foll ...
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