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15/09/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

Economic data last week was largely on the negative side. Weak Chinese data points raised the prospect thatfind out more...

08/09/2014 – Last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

The main event last week was a somewhat unexpected announcement from the European Central Bank on Thursday.find out more...

18/08/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

Economic data last week was largely negative, following a sustained run of largely positive data over recentfind out more...

11/08/2014- Last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

Economic data last week was positive once again, with the highlights being strong survey data in the form offind out more...

04/08/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

Economic data last week was positive, with US data points dominating the agenda. Second quarter GDP growthfind out more...

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  • 15/09/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

    Economic data last week was largely on the negative side. Weak Chinese data points raised the prospect that the country’s third-quarter GDP growth might miss the government target of 7.5% this year. Although China’s trade surplus rose in August, export growth slowed to 9.4% y/y (from +14.5% y/y in July) whilst imports fell by 2.4% […]

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  • 08/09/2014 – Last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

    The main event last week was a somewhat unexpected announcement from the European Central Bank on Thursday. The ECB cut its main interest rate from 0.15% to 0.05%; cut its deposit rate for banks from -0.1% to -0.2% (thereby charging banks more to deposit funds at the ECB); and announced that it will start to […]

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  • 18/08/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

    Economic data last week was largely negative, following a sustained run of largely positive data over recent weeks. The Eurozone was the centre of activity; economic growth stalled as the European Central Bank reported zero second quarter GDP growth, following +0.2% in the first quarter, as core nations Germany (-0.2% q/q), France (flat) and Italy […]

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