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Thursday, June 20

20th Jun - US Open

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Roundups & Commentary
Frontrunning – ZH
Overnight: Liquidation Wave Sweeps Globe In Bernanke Aftermath – ZH
The Lunch Wrap – alphaville / FT
Emerging N.Y. headlines – beyondbrics / FT
Midday Express (EU daily news) – Europa
Daily press summary – Open Europe
  Schäuble: I’ll take single eurozone bank resolution mechanism to the ECJ, if it goes through

Morning MoneyBeat: Investors Throw Taper Tantrum – WSJ
Morning Bond Update: Key trigger is emerging markets – TradingFloor
Ten Developments to NoteMarc to Market

Euro ministers to decide direct bank recapitalization rules on ThursdayReuters
Euro zone finance ministers will decide on Thursday when and how their bailout fund can invest in a bank to save it from failure, laying a cornerstone of the banking union seen as vital to restore economic growth.

EU edges towards compromise on bank recovery and resolution plansOpen Europe

Five Banks Must Raise $21.2 Billion in Fresh Capital, BOE SaysBB
Five U.K. banks must find 13.4 billion pounds ($21 billion) to plug a 27.1 billion-pound capital shortfall by the end of the year, the Bank of England said.

Agenda - Ecofin Council meeting 21 June 2013Europa (pdf)

Euro zone business slump eases but second quarter contraction likely: PMIReuters
The euro zone's private sector slump has eased more than expected this month, business surveys showed on Thursday, but a continued slide in new orders suggested a full recovery is still some way off.

Euro-Area Services, Factory Output Rises More Than ForecastBB
Euro-area services and factory output increased more than economists forecast in June, adding to signs the currency bloc may emerge from its record-long recession in the second quarter.

Euro area PMI signals weak growth driven by domestic demandDanske Bank (pdf)

Macro digest: European PMIs better, but still badTradingFloor
Juhani Huopainen: While the Markit PMI for Europe improved even more than was expected, the numbers are still in contractionary territory. The disappointing German manufacturing sector suggests weakness is to continue.

Japan’s open goalalphaville / FT
Whatever the final results of Abenomics, at least it has refocussed attention on a longstanding problem in Japan: the tremendous difference in labour force participation between men and women.

Markets panicking, it's time to go shortTradingFloor

China PMI: adding fuel to Fed’s firebeyondbrics / FT

Chinese Interbank Markets Having a Heart Attack, Repo and Shibor Skyrocket, Could Trigger Bigger Unravelingnaked capitalism

Is it policy? China editionalphaville / FT
China’s money markets have spiked again after the central bank rebuffed pleas to inject more cash in to the financial system on Thursday. We have the 7-day repo rate jumping 270 basis points to 10.8 per cent, nearly triple where it stood just two weeks ago

Chinese Bank Bailed Out Through PBOC "Targeted Liquidity Operation"ZH

The new reality MacroScope / Reuters
The Federal Reserve has spoken… There’s trouble in China too…important that EU leaders make real progress on agreeing the structures of a cross-border banking union

The heart of trading: Emotion regulation on the trading floorTradingFloor

Chartbook: EMs post-Fed beyondbrics / FT
EM currencies: all-time low trackerbeyonbrics / FT