Japan press (Nikkei) with this tidbit for Abe to open the week: Support for the cabinet of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe now exceeds disapproval for the first time in several months
President Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling AK Party has won Sunday’s elections – Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek responded with a tweet saying reforms will speed up Monday morning trading is thin, thin, thin (for liquidity). For TRY it is nearly non-existent. But its quoting higher FWIW
No migrants, no money Italy has laid out its plans for how migrants should be dispersed throughout the region. They say quotas should be set for every EU country and that those who don’t should see a reduction in EU funds.
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Its is a very sparse calendar indeed for Monday, with the Bank of Japan only , the ‘Summary of opinions’ for the most recent meeting (June 14-15) of the BOJ
The latest this weekend is members of the government backing Brexit attacking business Government attacking business … what else is new? Airbus and BMW highlighted that investments in the UK could be jeopardised by uncertainty over Brexit (for example – this from last week on business uncertainty …. it really is a dog’s breakfast: )
Comments by China’s vice premier Liu He In the midst of all the chaos with the trade rhetoric, China has found an unlikely ally in the EU. But it’s more like because they have a “common enemy”.
This an ICYMI from over the weekend, on oil producers agreeing to a small increase in output – OPEC said it’d raise supply by returning to 100 percent compliance with previously agreed output cuts I reckon it might be even less that the Iraqi figure, but it looks like a smaller increase than was expected…
A quiet start to the week in terms of data Good day, everyone! Hope you’re all doing well as we head into European trading later. The trading calendar is more or less bare today as the market looks to focus on the trade rhetoric once again – as China take additional measures to prop up…
US president Trump on the Twitter: The ‘more that reciprocity’ leaves an open door to further escalation in the trade wars