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Bank Of Canada Opts For A ‘Dovish’ 50bp Hike
The market had been split as to whether the Bank of Canada would hike interest rates by 25bp or 50bp.
China Trade Slump In November
Both exports and imports continued to contract on a yearly basis, which is the result of supply disruption in China as well as weak demand from the US and Europe. Looking forward, weak external demand could drive China's exports even lower.
FX Daily: Markets Settle Into More Recessionary Trading
After the broad-based risk rally seen over the last six weeks, financial markets now seem to be settling into the view of a 2023 recession. And as long as the Federal Reserve stays hawkish, the dollar should perform well.
Euro Credit Supply: November Saw A Large Window For Issuance
Corporate supply amounted to €30bn in November, a €7bn increase on September’s figure.
U.S. Dollar Credit Supply: Significant Corporate Supply In November
Corporate supply totaled a substantial US$63bn in November, the heaviest month for supply in 2022. YTD supply is now at US$543bn, still below previous years.
Bank Of Canada Preview: Odds Favor 50bp, But The Peak Looks Near
Elevated inflation, robust economic activity and a super-tight jobs market argue for another 50bp rate hike. However, recession fears are rising and policy is in restrictive territory, meaning that the top in rates looks close.




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