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The Day Today 28 May 2014

* Fed’s Lockhart (non-voter) sees first rate rise in H2 2015 and says the 6 months period between end of taper and first rate hike is “is at the short end of a period that could be somewhat longer” {fifw NSN N69GA86KLVRE <go>} http://on.wsj.com/1gzwc8V   * This is the kind of reversal we’re in –…

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The Day Today 27 May 2014

A full wrap of the ECB Forum below, but in other news: * Charlie Bean might be leaving the BOE next month but he’s framing the argument currently ongoing at the MPC – whether to raise rates earlier and then only have to take ‘baby steps’ to a lower rate, or wait for fear of…

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The Day Today (Friday edition)

* What Geithner Remembers and Investors Forget as Market Calm of ’07 Returns. ‘Yet just six years on and with zero-interest rates still in place, there’s talk of a Great Moderation 2.0, a rebooting of the label given to the 1990s and early 2000s, when the mass of investors bet markets only went one way.’…

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The (Election) Day Today 22 May 2014

* Russia signs $400bn gas supply contract with China – Gazprom will provide 38bn cubic metres of natural gas over a 30 year period  http://on.ft.com/1oUYIEp   * BBRG: The euro region maintained its uneven recovery this month as Germany helped drive a surge in services activity that offset a slowdown in manufacturing across the bloc….

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The Day Today 21 May 2014

* Fed’s Dudley gave a key speech on what actually will happen when the exit begins, covering in detail more about the reverse report market the Fed could use to withdraw liquidity. http://on.ft.com/R7K3a9 http://nyfed.org/1knYbHQ They told us tapering wasn’t tightening, now they’re telling us that exit doesn’t mean the start of lots of rate hikes……

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