The Day Today

"The Day Today" - 30 June 2015


* ECB Coeure: “The exit of Greece from the euro area, which was a theoretical point, can unfortunately no longer be ruled out”. On the referendum: “If the response is ‘yes,’ I have no doubt about the fact that the authorities of the euro zone will find the means,

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"The Day Today" - 29 June 2015


  • Referendum polls latest: 57% Yes in one; 47% Yes in another [although will we get there, it costs 100million to stage and there’s no agreement on the table to vote on]
  • Capital controls imposed until next Monday,

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"The Day Today" - 26 June 2015

* Greece, everyone meets tomorrow to see if a deal can be done before Monday open. Leader of Greek opposition says they could join the govt if Tsipras is defeated by his own party

* RBNZ in its Statement of Intent: “The persistence of the New Zealand dollar at unjustifiable and unsustainable levels” is one of the headwinds facing the economy,

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"The Day Today" - 25 June 2015

* IMF get tough with Greece, presenting counter proposals. SYRIZA MPs respond: “the European Union’s neoliberal elite has lost touch with reality”, “tactics of blackmail”, “nothing short of barbaric”

* China to scrap commercial banks loan to deposit ratio

* China to invest $80bio in aviation projects this year

* PBOC injects liquidity for first time in two months after a sovereign bond sale failed to raise the amount planned

* Activist investor Carl Icahn warns market is ‘extremely overheated’,

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