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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    3 Numbers: Spain PMI offers clues for EZ growth; US income, US ISM

    editor/analyst /
    United States
    3 Numbers: Spain PMI offers clues for EZ growth; US income, US ISM
    Several manufacturing PMI reports will be released today. Spain's PMI is particularly interesting, as it may provide clues on how Eurozone economic momentum is holding up at the start of Q3. Meanwhile, the US is on track to deliver a relatively tepid gain of 0.2% for July's personal income and spending, while a slight decline is expected for the US ISM Manufacturing Index.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 3 hours ago

    Indian investors watch for signs of next rally

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Share prices surged in India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in May last year. However they stagnated in the April-June quarter. Overseas events such as the Greek crisis and China's stockmarket tumble had only a limited impact on India. The benchmark Sensex index went back up above 28,000 in July. India's market is doing well compared with those in other emerging economies. Analysts think the Sensex will hit 30,000 or even 33,500 later this year as Modi's government implements reforms. Market participants hope that heavy rainfall will boost the economy and stocks.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 4 hours ago

    Ireland could sleepwalk into its next crash

    Irish Independent
    Serial under-achievement best describes Ireland's progress since 1970. Ireland's performance for four of the past five decades has been mediocre at best. The Celtic Tiger years were an exception. Ireland has been unable to develop world-class domestic entrepreneurship for decades. Consider agriculture. The EU's Common Agricultural Policy has undermined the entrepreneurial vibrancy of Irish agriculture and food processing. The result is an over-reliance on commodity production, at the expense of innovation. Meanwhile Ireland's attraction to multinationals has been its long-standing favourable taxation regime. But in future, as tax rates fall, this attractiveness will be seriously threatened.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 4 hours ago

    Pressure on China's economy to persist: PBoC

    South China Morning Post
    Downward pressure on the Chinese economy will persist in the second half of the year as growth in infrastructure spending and exports is unlikely to pick up, a senior central bank official said. Mainland companies are not optimistic about business prospects according to the central bank's second-quarter survey, said Sheng Songcheng, the director of the statistics division of the People's Bank of China. Pressured by uneven domestic and export demand, cooling investment and factory overcapacity, economic growth is expected to slow to around 7% on the mainland this year, the lowest in a quarter of a century, from 7.4% last year.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 6 hours ago

    Gold's M&A wave to keep rolling as bullion tumbles

    Gold’s tumble to the lowest since 2010 promises to prolong a mergers and acquisitions boom that’s seen transactions at a three-year high as weaker prices slash asset valuations. Deals valued at $9.6 billion were proposed or completed in the six months to June 30, up 7% on the previous half, as producers including OceanaGold agreed acquisitions. They totalled $22.3 billion last year, the highest since 2011. Prices will drop to $984 before January, according to the average estimate in a Bloomberg News survey of 16 analysts and traders. Bullion capped a sixth weekly decline on Friday and declined to a low of $1,077.40/oz on July 24.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 23:06 GMT

    The Big Picture Part 1: Preparing for the hike and more global QE

    Asia Macro Strategist / Saxo Capital Markets
    The Big Picture Part 1: Preparing for the hike and more global QE
    The Federal Reserve's expected September rate rise is only seven weeks away and the market is not ready. At this time, I believe there are five main themes emerging. This article is the first of a three-part Big Picture series where I discuss all five themes. In today's piece I look at the first two themes – the coming rate hike, and where I feel quantitative easing sits with the rest of the world. Part 2 follows on Wednesday and Part 3 on Friday.
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    Patto Patto
    Some good stuff here Kay.......... Are you also going to comment on the commodity situation and the commodity currencies in particular ? I like reading Max McKegg's...
    Jeff_ Jeff_
    Hi Patto. Max is on holiday at the moment but will return soon. Kay's report will cover your areas of interest in the...
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    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Excellent piece Mike.
    So true about Ontario and yetthese clowns down there are talking about billions squandered for an Olympic bid. LMAO. The PanAMerican...
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    You too John.
  • 2d
    Clare MacCarthy Clare MacCarthy
    Down, down deeper and down: At 13:45 GMT EURUSD is at 1.10938 – a 1.49% advance for the euro. Where will it end?
  • Trade view / Friday at 13:21 GMT
    Medium term

    The bloodied emerging markets look like a buying opportunity

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    The negative developments in the emerging market asset prices have received plenty of press recently. Few have noticed that for the past five years EM-equity indices have range-traded on USD-basis, and are now at the bottom of the range. A tight stop and a good profit target within a six month-horizon suggest a tempting trade opportunity.
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