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Calendar event / Friday at 7:00 GMTpreviousforecastactualLow PPI, M/M+0.2%+0.5%Low PPI, Y/Y-1.6%-1.2%
Calendar event / Thursday at 7:00 GMT
ES Economically Active Population SurveypreviousforecastactualMed Qtrly % Chg+23.7%+23.8%
Calendar event / Tuesday at 13:17 GMT
ES Monthly Balance of PaymentspreviousforecastactualLow Current Account, EUR4.8B-426M
Article / Tuesday at 11:30 GMT
European Stocks: A slowdown at the coreThe upside momentum looks to be slowing down for both the German Dax and the Euro Stoxx 50 indices, but with the overall uptrend in European stocks still intact it is now likely time for other areas to begin leading the charge higher.Read the article
Calendar event / 20 April 2015 at 7:00 GMT
ES Trade BalancepreviousforecastactualLow Trade Balance, EUR-2.5962B-2.0372B
Saxo TV / 14 April 2015 at 10:09 GMT
Koefoed: More downside for EURUSD ahead of ECB meetingMads KoefoedAhead of Wednesday's ECB meeting, Saxo's Mads Koefoed discusses how best to play EURUSD and why he's still bullish on Spain's IBEX. He also looks at whether the ECB could run out of bonds to buy and whether the central bank could end its QE programme early.
Calendar event / 14 April 2015 at 7:00 GMT
ES CPIpreviousforecastactualMed Yearly % Change-1.1%-0.7%Med Harmonized Yrly % Chg-1.2%-0.7%-0.8%
Calendar event / 10 April 2015 at 7:00 GMT
ES Industrial ProductionpreviousforecastactualLow IPI, Y/Y+0.4%+0.6%
Squawk / 09 April 2015 at 7:29 GMTSpanish house transactions rise 15.5% in February:
The Spanish housing market continues its recovery from deeply distressed levels with house transactions up 15.5% y/y in February compared with 9.6% in January. House transactions have risen for six straight months and 11 of the last 12.
As we described in detail last year* we expect the housing recovery to continue in Spain, but it will be long and protracted due to the sheer size of the excess supply available.
Prices have begun to climb a bit too, rising in Q2-Q4 on a quarterly basis (1.7%, 0.2% and 0.2% respectively). On an annual basis prices were up 1.8% in Q4.
* link: https://www.tradingfloor.com/posts/property-prices-in-spain-poised-to-bottom-out-2404718
Saxo TV / 07 April 2015 at 13:53 GMT
Koefoed: Why I'm bullish on Spanish equitiesMads KoefoedFinal PMI figures for March show the Eurozone economy is still growing, even if it's cyclical rather than structural. Saxo's Mads Koefoed looks at European equities and in particular Spanish stocks which offer good dividend yields.