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ECB’s Draghi earlier said that they would do whatever required to preserve the Euro, with the currency being irreversible.

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US futures are looking slightly better first thing, we have US durable goods orders and latest Initial Jobless claims data, with earnings from Dow Chemical (estimate EPS 64 cents), International Paper (46 cents), Exxon Mobil ($1.95), Colgate-Palmolive ($1.33) and Facebook (11 cents) amongst others.

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In Europe, Moody’s changes the outlook on 17 German banks to negative, and Egan Jones downgrades Italy to CCC-plus.

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Markets in Asia are firmer this morning on anticipation of further global easing, with the Fed, ECB and BOE all due to meet next week.

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US markets have opened firmer on better than expected corporate earnings, Caterpillar in particular the standout with a quarterly EPS of $2.54 vs a consensus of $2.28 and the company raised their FY profit guidance, the stock trades around 2.5% higher (having been up 5% earlier in the session).

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US futures are indicating markets to open around 50bps lower after Apple released earnings after the close missing on sales and profit forecasts

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In Europe, Moody’s have lowered their outlook to negative on the provisional Aaa rating of the EFSF, newswires report that Greece is seen to miss EU/IMF debt reduction targets and may face further debt restructuring.

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Asia lower again this morning, mainly on concerns on Chinese growth after the IMF said that the economy is making a soft landing, but significant downside risks remain.

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Risk off continues to dominate markets with the Euro slipping below 1.21 again versus the Dollar. Spain and Italy both sharply lower again, with the former down around 3%. Italian and Spanish debt have reversed gains made earlier in the session with yields on the latter rising to just shy of 7.5%.

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Asian markets slightly better this morning, a preliminary manufacturing PMI reading out of China this morning showed that the slowdown may be easing with recent easing measures starting to work.

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Valbury Capital Limited, one of the leading London-based brokerage firms, has selected SunGard’s IntelliMatch Operational Control to help automate its reconciliations, provide seamless back-office support for its clients and help ensure compliance with regulatory and audit requirements.

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The euro continues its aggressive sell off now trading at 1.207, risk assets selling off hard with it, with European bourses trading over 3% lower, Italy being hardest hit. Both Italy and Spain have introduced new short selling bans on stocks in a bid to alleviate fears.

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US futures are looking around 50bps easier, relatively quiet for economic data today, but watch out for earnings from McDonalds (EPS estimate $1.37) and Texas Instruments (34 cents).

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The Euro is again sharply lower this morning, breaching the 1.21 level, with the EURJPY cross at 11 year lows, whilst the Spanish 10 year yield has reached Euro era records of 7.368%. Equity futures for Europe are looking at falls of between 1 and 1.5%.

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Asian stocks are sharply lower this morning as a Chinese central bank board member warned of slowing growth and renewed concern that Greece may leave the Euro. The latter highlighted by reports suggesting that the IMF is considering ending its support for Greece, with the Troika (IMF, ECB and EU) due to visit on Tuesday.

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