Danske Daily – 18 August 2017

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New research from Danske BankMarket movers today Today is set to be a relatively quiet day in terms of data releases. Focus is on the US, where University of Michigan Consumer Confidence for August is due for release. In the wake of increasing tension and harder rhetoric between the US and North Korea recently, we… Read More »

Danske Daily – 17 August 2017

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New research from Danske BankMarket movers today In the euro area, the ECB minutes from the July meeting are set to be released today. Focus will remain on discussions related to extension of the QE programme. At the meeting, the Governing Council was unanimous in setting no precise date for when to discuss changes to… Read More »

Danske Daily – 16 August 2017

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New research from Danske BankMarket movers today In the UK, the key release today is the labour market report for June. Average weekly earnings growth has decreased in recent months and the subdued wage growth highlights the lack of underlying inflation pressure, diminishing the likelihood of a rate hike by the Bank of England for… Read More »

Danske Daily – 15 August 2017

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New research from Danske BankMarket movers today The UK CPI inflation figure for July released today is likely to attract significant attention. The development of inflation will be scrutinised because it will be a key factor in the BoE’s decision of whether or not to hike rates before 2018. In the US, retail sales figures… Read More »

Danske Daily – 14 August 2017

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New research from Danske BankMarket movers today Focus will be on whether US-North Korea tensions ease further. Note also that US President Trump is set to sign a memorandum today initiating an inquiry regarding the Chinese intellectual property regime. In terms of data releases, it is a very quiet day with the euro area industrial… Read More »

Danske Daily – 11 August 2017

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New research from Danske BankMarket movers today In the US, CPI and CPI core for July are released today. Both inflation measures have been declining rapidly since February and are currently far below the Fed’s 2% target and there is no immediate compelling argument for a drastic uptick. Although the Fed continues to believe the… Read More »