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    EU Economic sentiment came in slightly higher than expected (103.8 vs 103.6) while consumer confidence (-5.5) as well as industrial (-3) confidence were as forecast.
  • Article / Wednesday at 11:00 GMT

    We're just getting started

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    We're just getting started
    The USD has surged against the euro of late, but has the rally run its course? Or is this instead the beginning of a protracted, policy differentiation-driven trend?
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  • Article / 20 May 2015 at 11:26 GMT

    Where we're at on Greece, the Fed and the Eurozone

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    Where we're at on Greece, the Fed and the Eurozone
    While the phrase “are we there yet?” may be commonplace from the children in the back of a car on a family outing, it is also being posed increasingly by financial markets in relation to two key macroeconomic situations at the current juncture. US interest rate lift-off and agreement between Greece and the Eurozone. Furthermore, it is also increasingly relevant to both the squeeze in Bunds and, after a 9.6% rally from the lows, the resumption of the downtrend in the EUR.
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  • Article / 06 May 2015 at 12:18 GMT

    Bonds: Not a quantum of solace

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    Bonds: Not a quantum of solace
    Today we look at the macroeconomic backdrop against the recent very sharp sell off in bond markets and ahead of the significant events of the UK general election and the crucial April US employment report.
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