G20 has provided nothing concrete. The Calendar has been updated. Looking at it makes me think there will probably be no comprehensive solutions or suggestions for now, as the ESM is still waiting for German approval – both from
the constitutional court and the parliament. FOMC meeting will be
running from Tuesday to Wednesday, and probably that is what is
keeping the stock markets levitating, against the bad news elsewhere. The
22-Jun “Big Four” (Germany, France, Italy, Spain) crisis meeting is the next
important event, and I would look for any subtle changes in leader’s rhetoric
after the event. For Greece, see the updated Greece
News roundup – Between The Hedges
News roundup – The Trader
Emerging Markets Headlines – beyondbrics / FT
The 6am Cut London – alphaville / FT
Debt crisis: live – The Telegraph
The Euro Crisis Blog – WSJ
Tracking Europe’s Debt Crisis – NYT
FX Options Analytics – Saxo Bank
European 10yr Yields and Spreads – MTS indices
Market Preview: BRICS boost IMF financial firewall – Saxo Bank
European markets are expected to open higher following reports that emerging-market majors, including China and Russia, have announced contributions to boost the IMF crisis firewall to counter the Euro debt crisis.
Danske Daily – Danske Bank (pdf)
No big news from the G20 summit. Talks centre on euro crisis response with no signs of Germany giving in to pressure. Merkel stays tough on Greece. Relief following the Greek election was short-lived as focus shifted to Spain where bond yields reached a 16-year high yesterday.US and German equities closed higher yesterday while Southern Europe took a beating. Stock markets are losing slightly in Asia. Focus today on G20 statement, Spanish bond markets and ZEW index.
Morning Briefing: Risky Business – BNY Mellon
After a hectic two weeks in the Euro-area it makes sense to take a step back and consider where some of the risks lie in the region over the next few months.