The Day Today

"The Day Today" - 8 June 2015

* Fed Dudley: “If the labor market continues to improve and inflation expectations remain well-anchored, then I would expect – in the absence of some dark cloud gathering over the growth outlook – to support a decision to begin normalizing monetary policy later this year,”

* Turkey votes for an end to single party rule: Erdogan’s AKP fail to win enough seats for a majority due to strength of the pro-Kurdish party.

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"The Day Today" - 5 June 2015

* Fed Tarullo: “We get another job number tomorrow, but I think in a broader sense, there are more questions at this point in 2015 than at this point in 2014,”

* IMF Lagarde on the Fed: “We believe that a rate hike would be better off in early 2016”

* Greece says it will not pay today’s IMF tranche,

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"The Day Today" - 2 June 2015

Signs the bond bubble is nearing its end?
* Brazil’s Petrobras sells $2.5bn of 100 year bonds, at 8.45% yield. It is the world’s third most indebted non-financial company
* Bill Gross’ Bloomberg keyboard to go on display at the Smithsonian

* Fed Rosengren: “In my view,

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"The Day Today" - 1 June 2015

* Tsipras writes an editorial in Le Monde accusing the Troika of issuing “absurd demands”. “If some, however, think or want to believe that this decision concerns only Greece,

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