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Rates Spark: A Well-Oiled Mechanism
Article By: ING Economics Tuesday, June 16, 2020 3:03 AM EDT
Any deterioration in the outlook would boost hopes of monetary easing, and fixed income markets at the same time. The BoE is next in line to validate this reasoning.
In this article: EZU
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EUR/USD Ready To Resume The Rally? Lagarde Guards The Keys, Super-Strong NFP Still In Play
Article By: Yohay Elam Monday, June 8, 2020 4:02 AM EDT
Austerity is dead – and another reminder could send the euro higher once again. Christine Lagarde, President of the ECB, is set to testify today and remind investors that both monetary and fiscal stimuli have been ramped up – to the delight of bulls.
In this article: EZU
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Germany: Another Deep Fall
Article By: Carsten Brzeski Wednesday, May 6, 2020 2:58 AM EDT
Another 'worst ever' data release. The sharp drop in industrial orders adds more evidence to the depth of the economic crisis.
In this article: EWG, EZU
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Rates Spark: Walking The Talk
Article By: ING Economics Thursday, April 30, 2020 2:56 AM EDT
Even the Fed has capability limits - we have not hit them yet. It is "one down, one to go" as the ECB meets, with no pressure to ease per se. Lack of new easing measures could see long rates catch up with the optimism displayed in other markets.
In this article: EZU
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Eurozone Economic Sentiment Records Fastest Drop Ever
Article By: ING Economics Wednesday, April 29, 2020 5:39 AM EDT
The most important takeaways are that hiring expectations are plummeting, which does not bode well for the permanent fallout we can expect. Prospects for the coming months are dismal despite announcements of cautious lockdown loosening.
In this article: EZU
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Eurozone Bank Lending Survey Supports ECB Crisis Response
Article By: ING Economics Tuesday, April 28, 2020 5:36 AM EDT
The bank lending survey indicates that the Targeted Longer-Term Refinancing Operations, Asset Purchase Programme and Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme are having a positive effect on financial conditions.
In this article: EZU
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ECB Preview: Ready To Do More
Article By: Carsten Brzeski Monday, April 27, 2020 3:34 AM EDT
Following ‘normal’ crisis patterns, the actions of the last few weeks should call for a 'taking stock' ECB meeting this week. But the current crisis is far from normal.
In this article: EZU, FXB
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Euro Forecast: Outlook For EUR/USD Still Bearish
Article By: DailyFX Sunday, April 26, 2020 7:38 AM EDT
Last week’s video conference of members of the European Council to discuss the EU’s response to the Covid-19 outbreak again highlighted the slow pace and complexity of decision making by the bloc’s leaders.
In this article: FXE, EZU
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EC A Rose By Any Other Name - Coronabonds And The Future Of The Eurozone
Article By: Colin Lloyd Friday, April 17, 2020 2:46 AM EDT
A European fiscal spending package worth Euro 540bln has been agreed upon as Eurozone bonds have crashed and recovered and Coronabonds have been found unnecessary.
In this article: EZU
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Listen: The Future Of The Euro Project
Podcast By: Carsten Brzeski Thursday, April 16, 2020 3:55 AM EDT
European finance ministers have agreed on a €540 billion package of support for the eurozone, as it continues to battle the coronavirus. But the thorny issue of debt sharing remains unresolved. Can the euro project survive without it?
In this podcast: FXE, EZU
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ECB: Lagarde’s Whatever It Takes’
Article By: Carsten Brzeski Thursday, March 19, 2020 5:05 AM EDT
Last night the ECB announced an all-in programme, in an attempt to redefine its role as lender of last resort. Remember that only last week ECB President Christine Lagarde said that she had no intention of having her own ‘whatever it takes’ moment.
In this article: EZU
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ECB Could Double Down On TLTROs To Combat Coronavirus Market Meltdown
Article By: DailyFX Wednesday, March 11, 2020 5:59 AM EDT
What can the ECB do to combat the impact of COVID-19 and induce spending in the economy? How will looser monetary policy affect interest rates and inflation and what will happen to investors' perception of the Euro if TLTROs are issued again?
In this article: EZU Also: FXE, EWI
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Eurozone ETFs In Focus On Weak PMI Data
Article By: Sweta Killa Monday, September 23, 2019 1:00 PM EDT
Given the monetary easing policies, investing in a Eurozone ETFs could be a good idea.
In this article: EZU, FEZ, FEUZ, EURZ
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Cautionary Country And Region Economic Conditions
Article By: Richard Shaw Sunday, September 15, 2019 6:44 PM EDT
The PMI around the world forecast weak growth to negative growth in manufacturing, and weak to moderate growth in services over the near term; with the composite of manufacturing and services forecasting weak growth.
In this article: MCHI, EWJ, EWW, EWZ, EZU, VT, INDA
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Emerging About-Face
Article By: Tim Knight Wednesday, April 24, 2019 2:30 PM EDT
For over half a year, the emerging markets have been following a relatively steady ascending channel. About a week ago, they got close to the top of the channel, and they’ve started seeing some meaningful weakness.
In this article: EEM, EZU
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Eurozone Inflation Falls Further As Core Rises To 1.1%
Article By: ING Economics Friday, February 1, 2019 5:52 AM EDT
Inflation drops on weaker oil prices, but core inflation ticks up to 1.1% as services inflation increases
In this article: EZU
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