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Thursday, April 11

11th Apr - EU Open

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The 6am Cut Londonalphaville / FT
Emerging Markets Headlinesbeyondbrics / FT

3 Numbers to Watch: DE CPI, ECB Monthly Report, US Jobless ClaimsTradingFloor
Consumer price inflation for Germany is expected to remain unchanged. Later, the market will focus on the ECB's Monthly Bulletin release for clues about monetary policy. Also, a modest decline is expected for today's US jobless claims report.

Market Preview: Italian bond auctions and US jobless claims eyedTradingFloor
European markets are likely to open flat Thursday as investors keep a tab on Italian bond auctions and US initial jobless claims due later today for further cues on risk appetite. Meanwhile, today's ECB monthly report is likely to be keenly eyed.

Danske DailyDanske Bank (pdf)
Fed minutes, released early by mistake, had a hawkish tone. Obama budget presented, aiming to kick-start deficit-reduction talks. Market sentiment shrug off the hawkish Fed bias and the rise in pro-cyclical assets has continued. Today’s calendar is thin, with a few Fed speeches being the most interesting events.

AamukatsausNordea (pdf)
Pankkisääntely hidastaa talouskasvua * Fed vähitellen kiristämässä rahapolitiikkaansa * USA:n S&P 500 – ja Dow Jones –osakeindeksit kaikkien aikojen huippuihin

AamukatsausTapiola (pdf)



The eurozone’s second sovereign restructuring?alphaville / FT
Our colleagues at FT Brussels Blog got their hands on the draft debt sustainability analysis for the Cyprus bailout and bail-in — click for the full doc:

Fed’s Fisher Says Benefits and Costs of Asset Purchases UnclearBB