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Sunday, April 20

20th 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

Note that the holiday period has pushed many desks to early holidays, thus there is a distincty lack of material to begin the short post-Eastern week.

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Weekly ScoreboardBetween The Hedges
Thursday Daily Risk MonitorGlobal Macro Monitor
Market week: BTFDe-EscalationZH

Succinct summation of week’s eventsThe Big Picture

Schedule for WeekCalculated Risk
The key reports this week are March Existing Home Sales on Tuesday and March New Home sales on Wednesday. For manufacturing, the April Richmond and Kansas City Fed surveys will be released.

Economic Calendar – Berenberg

Economic CalendarHandelsbanken

UK Next Week's Agenda and Wrap Up – Handelsbanken

5 Things to Watch on the Economic CalendarWSJ
Economy-watchers will have some breathing room in the coming week as the calendar thins out. Reports on the demand for housing and big-ticket items top the list of economic data scheduled for release in the week ending April 25.

Europe’s Week Ahead: Second-Quarter TrendsWSJ
Economic data out of the euro zone next week offer an early insight into how activity in the manufacturing and private sectors is shaping up in the currency bloc at the start of the second quarter. Unilever offers up the pick of the first-quarter results next week.

What Matters in the Week Ahead for Global Markets – WSJ

Weighing the Week Ahead: Will Springtime Bring Some Optimism?A Dash of Insight

Weekly Market OutlookMoody’s
Credit market exposure to tech bubble is limited

Market Data HighlightsMoody’s

The Week AheadMarc to Market
We are investing in a world that that has not the reached peak of central bank balance sheets.

EU Week Ahead: April 21-25: Tusk, Deficits, Portugal and GreeceWSJ
The week in Brussels ends with reviews of two of the euro zone's bailout programs.

Weekly Focus – Danske Bank

Strategy – Danske Bank

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: Weaker EMU = Stronger euro. The euro is strong because it is in demand ? This is the price of success for the European authorities and firstly the ECB. Eurozone: The IMF judges carefully the recovery. European elections: liberals and social-democrats neck-and-neck. US: Fed in no hurry to tighten. Netherlands: Recovery at a slow pace

Scandi markets ahead – Danske Bank

Viikkokatsaus: – Nordea

Weekly Market SummaryThe Fat Pitch
In the big picture, SPY looks to be following RUT and NDX lower.

Wall Street Week AheadReuters
Earnings season shifts into high gear next week, and with nearly one-third of S&P 500 names set to post results, investors hope the news provides a catalyst to buy stocks and leave the market's recent weakness in the dust.

Key Earnings Reports Next WeekBespoke

Weekly Credit Update – Danske Bank

European FI Strategy – Nordea

Euro Rates Update – Nordea

FX Outlook: Ranges Persist, though Sterling is Exceptional Marc to Market
Assuming no exogenous shocks, such as data or comments that require a significant reassessment of the macro-view, that is to say, the continued status quo favors continued range trading. 

Global FX Strategy – Nordea

EMEA Weekly Danske Bank
Events in Ukraine and in particular Eastern Ukraine are deeply worrying and we have been arguing for some time that markets in general have been too complacent about the geopolitical risks.

Emerging Markets Briefer - April 2014Danske Bank
We present the April version of the Emerging Markets Briefer with updated FX forecasts.

EM Preview: The Week Ahead – Marc to Market

EM Week Ahead – beyondbrics / FT

Economic Calendar –
Economic Calendar – BB
EU calendar –

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