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June 14, 2019

Key economic events and reports of the upcoming week

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
Monday, June 17, 2019 - Inflation Report Hearings (GBP). Tuesday, June 18, 2019 - RBA Meeting Minutes (AUD), German ZEW Economic Sentiment (Jun)(EUR),...
June 14, 2019

Chinese data keeps disappointing suggesting more stimulus measures are ahead

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
Seeing downside surprises in the Chinese economic data is gradually becoming a habit. The growth rate of industrial output slowed to a 17-year low in ...
June 13, 2019

Ailing manufacturing and services sector prompt Chinese authorities to ramp up credit easing

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
US commercial oil inventories have been almost uninterruptedly growing from mid-March since the prices above profitability threshold permitted produce...
June 12, 2019

Goldman Sachs and Deutsche bank warn investors about a pipe-dream

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
Goldman Sachs has recently been a token of vocal opposition to market consensus regarding the path of the Fed interest rate. In the context of capital...
June 05, 2019

Powell’s “act as appropriate” wording sends stock higher and dollar plunging, as trade risks intensify

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
China’s confidence in the need of a fresh round of credit stimulus could strengthen, as shown by the services PMI report from local agency, Caixin. Th...
June 04, 2019

Are there any ways for China to avoid tariffs?

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
One of Trump’s more-welcome results from the tariffs on Chinese goods was a reduction of the trade deficit with China. Last year, trade data posted am...
June 03, 2019

JP Morgan suggests 60% chance of recession by 2020

Added 2 years ago By Arthur Idiatulin
The trade war led to an impressive reversal in the scenarios of development of global economy, periodically released by large banks. In its latest rel...
April 15, 2019

A no deal Brexit consequences

Added 2 years ago By Tickmill Research Team
First of all, a no deal does not mean at all that the UK won't leave the Euro, but in fact it means that the UK and the EU are still unable to reach ...