The Day Today

"The Day Today" - 9 July 2014

* China Producer Prices Fall at Slowest Pace in Two Years, this has been in negative territory for over two years but are we about to see it pick up and feed into global inflation?

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"The Day Today" - 7 July 2014

* Following last week’s stellar jobs report… ex-Fed Vice Chair Alan Blinder warns that “there is a risk” the economy repeats the 1970s due to poor productivity growth, meaning the FOMC must be a “little more cautious”

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"The (Independence) Day Today" - 4 July 2014

Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light… that the US data yesterday was uniformly indicative of a strong economy. On this day 13 years ago yours truly arrived in New York as a fresh faced graduate with an American bank,

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"The Day Today" - 3 July 2014

Today’s the big one, with the US holiday tomorrow bringing forward all the US data, so Mario Draghi will have to fight the non-farm payrolls backwash if he wants to make waves with his press conference at the same time.

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"The Day Today" - 2 July 2014

* France’s Prime Minister tells Les Echos overvalued Euro is bad for industry and growth – ‘the ECB made a remarkable move at the beginning of June by initiating a decline of the Euro…this is a strong signal but I want a central bank that can go further,

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