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  • Article / 21 minutes ago

    3 Numbers: UK housing uptick, EU PPI, US factory orders

    editor/analyst /
    United States
    3 Numbers: UK housing uptick, EU PPI, US factory orders
    A modest uptick is expected in UK housing prices in today's HPI update, and the outlook for Britain’s housing market looks subdued. In the Eurozone, the producer price index will give guidance on macro momentum. On the other side of the Atlantic, a rise in US factory orders for June would be welcome sign, given two straight months of falling orders.
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  • Calendar event / 3 hours ago

    AU Retail Trade

    Med Turnover-SA, M/M%
    Low Chain Volume-SA, Q/Q%
  • Article / 4 hours ago

    Morning Report APAC: US ISM pushes rates lower; USDBRL and USDMYR rise

    APAC Sales Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Morning Report APAC: US ISM pushes rates lower; USDBRL and USDMYR rise
    The lower than expected ISM Manufacturing figure pushed 10 year bond rates lower. In commodities, the drop in crude oil prices has impacted the commodity currencies. Meanwhile the same currencies continue to suffer in emerging markets.

    US ISM lower than expected push US rates lower, USDBRL continues to move up as well as USDMYR with bank Negara NOT seen selling usd
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  • Trade view / Yesterday at 23:05 GMT
    Strategic trade

    Strong JD earnings should prompt Alibaba rally

    China Watcher / Shanghai
    Alibaba’s biggest rival will release its earnings on Friday, before Alibaba’s own earnings release next week. This will give investors a taste of what to expect from Alibaba’s earnings, because the two firms are similar in business scope. The key focus points for both firms are likely to be logistics investment and O2O business potential. So if reports healthy earnings, Alibaba’s share price should rally.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 22:44 GMT

    No need for strong stimulus steps: China's state-run media

    South China Morning Post
    China has no need for "massive stimulus measures" to keep its economy steady, the state-run People's Daily says, to assuage concern over slowing growth. The front-page commentary came amid a sustained fall in factory activity and speculation that top Communist Party leaders are holding their summer policy talks, at which economic development is expected to top the agenda. The economy expanded 7% in the second quarter in what economists said was top policymakers' most difficult three months in the past decade due to declining asset investment, slowing trade growth and a stock market gyration.
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