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European Opening Report

September 16, 2015

US stocks finished yesterday’s session with respectable gains ahead of this week’s FOMC meeting DOW +1.4%, S&P +1.3%, NASDAQ +1.1%). Treasuries meanwhile closed in negative territory following downward moves for a majority of the session. In Europe, ECB’s Nowotny warned that the approach towards the ECB’s inflation target has slowed down and suggested that an extension of QE is thinkable. Weidmann was more optimistic noting that the Euro Zone recovery is solidified.

Asian stocks are trading in positive territory after following Wall Street higher (NIKKEI +0.7%, S&P/ASX +1.6%, SHANGHAI COMPOSITE +0.2%). RBA’s Debelle spoke, he said medium-term Australian growth rate may have slowed and China has moved its FX regime towards a more market-determined rate, a welcome development. He also said he would be surprised if there wasn’t volatility when the Fed hikes rates. Data wise, New Zealand BOP current account balance for the second quarter came in at a deficit of NZ$1.216 Bln (f/c. -NZ$1.500 Bln) from +NZ$0.662 Bln previously and Australian Westpac leading index M/M for August fell to -0.3% from an upwardly revised +0.1% last time round.

Looking ahead, we start the morning with the Riksbank meeting minutes followed up by the French government presenting their budget for 2016. At 09:30 BST we the UK jobs reports followed up by Eurozone CPI & labor costs figures at 10:00.

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US Closing Report

October 24, 2014

US equity markets finish with modest gains this afternoon while treasuries have held in positive territory as investors have shaken off fears about the first New York Ebola case. US data was better than expected earlier today, US September new home sales rose 0.2% to an annual rate of 467K (f/c. 470K) from August, however last month’s reading of 504K was revised down sharply to 466K. In Europe, French jobseekers for September rose 19.2K (f/c. +5.9K) to a total of 4.433 Mln (f/c. 3.419 Mln) from 3.413 Mln last month. Elsewhere, rating agency S&P upgraded Cyprus’s sovereign rating to B+ from B and revised their outlook to stable from positive

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