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2013 06

European equity markets are looking little changed first thing after posting decent gains in yesterday's session. Today look out for German retail sales and CPI, Italian CPI, French PPI and consumer spending.

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European equity futures are pointing to further gains this morning, as EU finance leaders agreed on a plan to help failing banks and restore confidence. Look out for French consumer confidence, German unemployment and UK GDP.

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Precious metals are lower amid concern of the Fed paring stimulus efforts, with gold momentarily breaching the key $1250 level.

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Asian markets are lower again this morning as the credit crunch in China continues to dominate thoughts. China is almost 5% lower today after falling by a similar margin yesterday, falling to its lowest level in 4 years.

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Asian markets are lower this morning falling to a 6 month low, amid concerns of the US Fed paring stimulus and a Chinese credit crunch. China's Shanghai Composite was hardest hit overnight falling over 5%.

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US markets closed at session lows, falling sharply following the Fed's comments on QE. They kept monthly asset purchases unchanged but said that they would expect to reduce before the end of the year providing the economy continued to improve. Today we have PMI, leading indicators and Philly Fed data.

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Asian markets are firmer this morning following the lead of US markets, with the Nikkei rising for the 4th consecutive day. Volumes remain very light.

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European equity futures are lower in early trade, ahead of PPI and CPI data out of the UK and German ZEW confidence data.

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US markets were lower on Friday, with the S&P index again stalling on the upside at the 1640 level. Concerns remain over the Fed pulling stimulus efforts, but the FOMC meeting this week should provide further clues on such.

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Asian markets are sharply lower this morning with Japan and China down by just over 6% and 3% respectively. The yen rose to its highest level versus the dollar in 2 months, and the World Bank cut their global growth forecast, to 2.2% from 2.4%.

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European equity futures are lower by around 30bps today after indices moved sharply lower yesterday. Today we have German and French CPI, Erurozone Industrial production and UK jobless data.

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Asian markets are sharply higher this morning, with the Nikkei almost 4% higher after GDP data came in better than expected at 4.1% and better employment data. China released slightly weaker than anticipated industrial production and export data.

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European equity futures are slightly higher after markets again closed near session lows yesterday, the sell off accelerated in the afternoon session after peripheral bonds sold off after the ECB rate decision and conference call. Today we have French and German trade balance along with German Industrial production.

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US markets closed at session lows yesterday after a weaker than expected ADP employment report. Futures are higher by around 30bps, with tomorrow's non farm payroll report at the forefront of investors minds. Today we have weekly jobless data.

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US markets closed lower yesterday but off session lows ahead of key economic data in the form of the ADP employment report, factory orders and ISM non manufacturing.

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