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Saturday, April 12

12th Apr - W/E: Weekly Support

Here are the links to the weekly roundups, reviews and also previews of the beginning week. Last week's 'Support' here.

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Weekly Scoreboard – Between The Hedges
Daily Risk Monitor – Global Macro Monitor
Europe: Stocks Collapse As German Bund Yields Hit 10-Month Lows – ZH
US: Nasdaq Crashes Most Since 2011, Stocks Tumble From Record High – ZH

Succinct summation of week’s eventsThe Big Picture

[video] The week explainedThe Economist
Pro-Russia demonstrations in eastern Ukraine, Greece's return to the bond market and Hungary's election were three big stories that made the news this week.

EM WeekenderFT
Our most read, five things we have learned and some long reads for the weekend. Plus the week in a chart: China’s property sector

Schedule for WeekCalculated Risk

Sarkar Weekly ReportKiron Sarkar / The Big Picture

Economic CalendarBerenberg
China GDP: growth slowdown * German ZEW investor confidence: staying upbeat * UK inflation: further below target due to Easter effect

Economic CalendarHandelsbanken

UK Next Week's Agenda and Wrap UpHandelsbanken

Wall Street Week AheadReuters
The wrenching selloff in U.S. high-growth technology and biotech shares could leave investors braced for more than a minor pullback when earnings pick up speed next week.

5 Things to Watch on the Economic CalendarWSJ
The upcoming week ends Thursday as U.S. markets close for Good Friday ahead of Easter Sunday. But the shortened week is full of reports covering factory activity, housing, and inflation. The Federal Reserve will release its beige book, and Chairwoman Janet Yellen will deliver two speeches.

Weekly Market OutlookMoody’s

Market Data HighlightsMoody’s
Thin Spreads Bring More Downgrades than Upgrades
Weekly Focus: Risk markets nervous going into the earnings season Danske Bank
EZ: We expect the flash PMI to have softened slightly in April, indicating GDP growth could ease a bit in Q2 compared with Q1. We expect the ECB to come under pressure to ease in connection with the IMF spring meeting. US: We expect March data, including retails sales, to show a weather-related rebound. China: we estimate GDP growth fell below the government’s 7.5% growth target in Q1. We expect China’s Markit/HSBC to decline further in April but it looks to us as
though April will be the bottom for the PMI.

Strategy: Risk markets nervous going into earnings seasonDanske Bank
Fall in leading indicators and stretched valuation warrants caution in stocks short term *
Bond yields and EUR/USD range bound for now * Peripheral bond markets continue to be the big winner * More US data rebounds

Week Ahead: 12 - 25 April 2014Nordea
We cover two weeks in this Easter edition of Week Ahead. Important data prints from China, US inflation, PMI's, German Ifo and more...

Editorial: The Greek comeback Greece issues bonds. The Fed clarifies its message. The euro resumes its appreciation against the dollar. France: new tax cuts, main news  US: Nota bene Italy: A turning point? Greece: Back on feet

Scandi markets ahead – Danske Bank

Viikkokatsaus: – Nordea

Weekly Market Summary – The Fat Pitch

Weekly Credit UpdateDanske Bank
New five-year Greek government bond first issuance since 2010 * Market sentiment still strong but somewhat muted at the end of the week * Earning releases from major US companies next week
will set the tone in the coming weeks * Fund flow update

European FI Strategy: Mad about QENordea
Euro zone QE talks all over the place, but there is still room for curve flattening and demand continues to be strong, also for Scandies.

Euro Rates UpdateNordea

FX Outlook: Dollar Breakout or Rangebound? Marc to Market
Given the technical damage inflicted on the dollar and the decline in US interest rates, it is tempting to look for the greenback's losses to accelerate. Yet, we are more inclined to think that rather than breaking out, the dollar simply moved to the lower end of its ranges. This means that the greenback may do a bit better in the days ahead as participants will likely be denied fresh incentives.

Global FX Strategy: QE-nomics Nordea
Despite the QE-rumours, we still believe that the EUR has some upside left versus the USD short term. Find out why in this edition of our flagship FX publication, alongside views on NOK, SEK, JPY, AUD, CAD, NZD and Emerging Markets currencies.

EMEA Weekly Danske Bank
Baltic economies take a hit from Ukrainian crisis.

EM Preview: The Week Ahead – Marc to Market

EM Week Ahead – beyondbrics / FT

Economic Calendar –
Economic Calendar – BB
EU calendar –