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Friday, September 26

26th Sep - ECB continues verbal intervention

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The Inbetweeners - German Economic UpdateMerkelnomics

It’s Mario Draghi’s Next Big ShowWSJ
Next Thursday ECB’s Draghi gets his next big gig in the spotlight

Speech  Yves MerschECB
Tackling unemployment in Europe – increasing mobility, enhancing flexibility, optimising education

Coene Says ECB Willing to Weigh More Stimulus If NeededBB

Draghi May Discover Weaker Euro Doesn’t Buy Enough RecoveryBB

ECB's Coeure sees stronger demand for TLTROs from DecemberReuters
ECB expects to see stronger demand for its new long-term loans once it has completed an unprecedented round of health checks on lenders, after which they should also be in a stronger position to lend, a top policymaker said on Friday.

London Home Prices Post First Fall Since 2012 on Demand Drop – BB

US Q2 growth revised higher – TradingFloor
Q2 GDP Rises to 4.6%, Matching Expectations – dshort
The BEA's Q2 GDP Third Estimate: A Deeper Analysis – dshort
Q2 GDP Revised Up to 4.6% Annual Rate – Calculated Risk
Economy in U.S. Grew 4.6% in Second Quarter, Most Since 2011 – BB
Business spending, exports spur big bounce in U.S. economy – Reuters

UMich Consumer Confidence Holds Near 7-Year Highs – ZH
Michigan Consumer Sentiment Remains at a 14-Month High – dshort
Final September Consumer Sentiment at 84.6 – Calculated Risk
Consumer Sentiment in U.S. Rose in September to 14-Month High – BB

Inflation Slowing More Than Forecast Shows Risk for BOJBB
Japan’s inflation slowed more than expected in August, highlighting the risks facing Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda in his push for prices to rise 2 percent.

Daily MacroWSJ
World markets have responded nervously to the selloff in the U.S. on Thursday, with European and Asian shares both losing ground Friday. The question remains: what triggered the rush for the exits?

Daily Central BanksWSJ
Douglas’s Take: BOE Ponders QE Exit Strategy * Lockhart Says Fed Likely to Raise Rates in Mid-2015 or Later * Carney Says BOE Inching Towards Raising Interest Rates * China May Sacrifice Reform Agenda to Maintain Growth Target * Japan’s Inflation Slips in August

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