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Reading The Markets: Sweden By Danske Markets - Nov 08, 2019

Inflation to remain below Riksbank's forecast Data set to be important after all Quick comment on Debt Office figures Time to sell SGB10Y ASW - Take profit in long-end relative flattener Add...

China Weekly: We Lower USD/CNY Forecast By Danske Markets - Nov 08, 2019

A phase one deal is still on track and is set to include some tariff roll-backs. The likely timing and location of the signing are still unclear, though. Chinese stocks and the CNY cheered on the...

Euro Area Macro Monitor - Is This The Trough? By Danske Markets - Nov 01, 2019

In October, euro area PMIs stabilised around their previous levels, which raises the question: have we reached the trough, or does a further slowdown lie ahead? In support of the 'trough view',...

Danske Daily - Expect A Weak U.S. Labour Market Report By Danske Markets - Nov 01, 2019 1

Market movers today Today's key event is the U.S. labour market report after the surprise message from the FOMC on Wednesday. Based on the Markit PMI employment sub-index, we should expect a...

FX Strategy: SEK Not Out Of The Woods Yet By Danske Markets - Oct 30, 2019

Further headwinds for the SEK despite December hike We stay long EUR/SEK in the FX Trading Portfolio but raise stop to entry We reiterate our EUR/SEK forecast, but stress that downside risks have...

Danske Daily: FOMC Meeting Highlight Of A Busy Day By Danske Markets - Oct 30, 2019

Market Movers Today Today we have a busy schedule ahead of us. The FOMC meeting tonight (at 19:00 CET) is today's highlight, where we expect another 25bp . Also today, the first estimate of GDP...

Danske Daily - The Fed Week Takes Off By Danske Markets - Oct 28, 2019

Market Movers Today We have a slow start to a very important week today. Today we get euro area monetary aggregates and loan data and Swedish trade balance is also released . After years of...

Weekly Focus: Another Fed Cut Amid Packed Economic Calendar By Danske Markets - Oct 25, 2019

Market movers aheadWe expect the Fed to deliver another 25bp cut next week despite the internal disagreement within the FOMC. Economists are divided evenly on whether the Fed will cut but markets have...

China Climbs Further In World Bank 'Doing Business' Index By Danske Markets - Oct 25, 2019

US and China are still on track for a 'phase one' trade deal in mid-November. US vice president Mike Pence delivers hawkish speech on China in a talk that also seemed calibrated not to ruin trade...

Danske Daily: From Inflation To Rate Targeting By Danske Markets - Oct 25, 2019

Market movers today After a very hectic day yesterday with key central bank meetings and releases, we are looking for a quieter day on the data release front.In the euro area, we get the German Ifo...

7 Reasons Why Yields Are Higher By Danske Markets - Oct 24, 2019

Since late August, global and European rates have risen markedly. While it is difficult to pinpoint a single trigger, a combination of factors ranging from less geopolitical risks to central banks on...

EUR/SEK Response To Riksbank Rate-Path Decision By Danske Markets - Oct 23, 2019

We expect the Riksbank to lower the short end of the rate path, indicating that a hike will not come until next year. EUR/SEK has on average climbed eight figures open/close when the rate path was...

Daily Market Digest: Brexit Drama Continues By Danske Markets - Oct 22, 2019

Market movers today It is a very quiet day on the data release front. Brexit will continue to catch the limelight with the Boris Johnson government trying to push through his Brexit law in the House...

ECB Preview: Arrivederci Mr Draghi, Bonjour Mrs Lagarde By Danske Markets - Oct 18, 2019

Next week's ECB meeting is Draghi's final meeting before leaving office on 31 October. Despite lower inflation expectations, we do not expect any new policy measures/changes as the September...

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