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Frontrunning: November 7

Old November 7th, 2011, 07:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Frontrunning: November 7

  • China Stocks Drop Most in Two Weeks on Slumping Auto Sales, Property Curbs (Bloomberg)
  • Berlusconi’s Majority Unravel as Allies Turning (Bloomberg)
  • Greece to form coalition government (FT)
  • Wen Pledges Property Tightening Resolve (WSJ)
  • G20 seeks more talks on eurozone crisis (FT)
  • ECB Free to Stop Buying Italian Bonds, Mersch Tells La Stampa (Bloomberg)
  • Unloved Treasury Notes Becoming Investor Favorite in Fed’s Operation Twist (Bloomberg)
  • World Dodges Recession With China-U.S. Buoy (Bloomberg)
  • Budget Battle to Shadow Obama on Asia-Pacific Tour (Reuters)
European Economic update:
  • Eurozone Retail Sales for September -0.7% m/m -1.5% y/y – lower than expected. Consensus -0.1% m/m -0.5% y/y. Previous -0.3% m/m -1.0% y/y. Revised 0.1% m/m -0.1% y/y.
  • Eurozone Sentix Investor Confidence for November -21.2 – lower than expected. Consensus -20.0. Previous -18.5.
  • Germany Industrial Production s.a for September -2.7% m/m – lower than expected. Consensus -0.9% m/m. Previous -1.0% m/m.
  • Norway Industrial Production s.a. for September -0.1% m/m. Previous 3.6% m/m.
  • Norway Industrial Production w.d.a.j. for September 4.2%. Previous 6.1%.
  • Switzerland CPI - for October -0.1% y/y – lower than expected. Consensus 0.2%. Previous 0.5%.
  • UK Halifax House Price 3Mths/Year for October -1.8% -higher than expected. Consensus -2.3%. Previous -2.3%.
  • UK Halifax House Prices s.a. for October 1.2% m/m – higher than expected. Consensus 0.1%. Previous -0.5%.

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