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Fitch ratings are upbeat on Korea, until you get to the end bit … – Affirms Korea at ‘AA-‘; outlook stable – Korea’s growth performance remains strong and has been resilient to fluctuations in perceptions of geopolitical risk Remember that old song, 2 outta 3 ain’t bad? Meatloaf wasn’t it?
Nikkei Markit Preliminary Manufacturing PMI for Japan in June 2018 Key points highlights from Markit: Joe Hayes, Economist at IHS Markit – with some cautionary notes (bolding mine):
An earthquake on Hawaii, 41 km SW of Hilo – Depth 1 km there has been more than usual amount of seismic activity in the Hawaii area, with volcanic eruptions in past weeks also.
Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde says the fund has reservations still on long term debt path for Greece More:
The bolded measure below is closest to the US ‘core’ measure of inflation A higher than estimated result for the headline measure, but its the core (bolded, often referred to as core-core in Japan) measure that is the focus. As you can see, (Eamonn inserts cut and paste form the previous billion Japan inflation reports)…
European Central Bank President Draghi comments on the debt relief deal reached on Greece ECB’S Draghi
Morgan Stanley limit order to sell AUD/USD, 0.7440 – stop at 0.7630 – target 0.6800 More: Short EURNOK at 9.50 – Stop at 9.6 – target 9.20
It’s PMI day in Europe Good day, everyone! Hope you’re all doing well as we get into European trading later. It’s the last day of the trading week and so far things are off to a sluggish start. So, let’s see if it’ll be any different later on.
September 20 says Kyodo I don’t think a leadership vote is a surprise – think the Sep vote has been planned a long time? Correct me if I’m wrong though.