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US Spending Momentum Continues As Price Risks Mount
US retail sales dipped, but remain at incredibly strong levels even as the re-opening means there is an increasing number of options on which to spend money.
UK Jobs: Turbulence Lies Ahead Despite Recent Recovery
Things are looking up in the UK jobs market, though the remaining months of 2021 are likely to be turbulent.
Australia: Main Policy Decisions Pushed Out Until July RBA Meeting
The minutes of the 1 June RBA meeting showed as expected, Australia's Central Bank in a holding pattern as it awaits more data on the labor market, wages, and inflation - no hints about any imminent changes in their stance.
Turkish External Deficit Recovery Accelerates
The Turkish current account continued to improve in April driven by a fall in gold imports and an uptrend in exports despite strong commodity prices.
FX Daily: Looking For Yield, Wherever You Can Get It
FX markets will be quiet ahead of the main event this week - Wednesday's FOMC meeting. But we'll also see rate meetings in Norway, Switzerland, Brazil, Turkey, Indonesia, and Taiwan.
Eurozone Industry Continues Recovery Despite Supply Chain Problems
Despite widespread production problems, Eurozone industrial production continues to grow. With demand continuing to come in quickly, the outlook for industry remains bright and seems likely to be curbed by supply side constraints




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Stronger-than-expected growth in China, de-escalating tensions in the Middle East and the signing of the Sino-American phase-one deal should all pave the way for a good week for risk sentiment.

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