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Sunday, April 26

24th April - Just the regulars (sorry, flu)

Daily Central BanksWSJ
Hannon’s Take: ECB Faces a Marathon, Not a Sprint * U.S. Wages Are Historically Great, Or They’re Awful * PBOC Guides Yuan Higher as Economy Slows * Swiss Central Bank: Negative Rates Won’t Become ‘New Normal’ * ECB’s Draghi: ‘Time Is Running Out’ in Greek Bailout Talks

Daily MacroWSJ
It’s becoming a legitimate question whether Greece’s European Union creditors will just cut it off – and the relative calm in markets might just give them cover to do so.

Danske DailyDanske Bank

Global DailyABN AMRO
The eurozone composite PMI unexpectedly declined in April but still signals healthy GDP growth in line with our above-consensus forecast * Markets hampered by weaker global PMI data, but euro gets a Greek fillip

Euro rates updateNordea

Eye-Opener Nordea
Downside risk to German Ifo * Greece hopes support EUR, send Greek yields lower

Morning MarketsTF
Germany's IFO print is on the agenda at 0800 GMT and this could be a spur for the euro which is already threatening a potential test of 1.0900 against the dollar at least and could conceivably have 1.1000 in view if that goes well.

Daily FX CommentMarc to Market
Dollar Slips Lower into the Weekend

Daily ShotTF
Today's news centres on the Middle Kingdom, where stimulus speculation is boosting iron ore prices and equity markets are outpacing all global competitors.

Futures Fizzle After Greece "Hammered" In Riga, Varoufakis Accused Of Being "A Time-Waster, Gambler, Amateur"

FX UpdateTF
The euro pulled higher across the board yesterday as the market looks to the Eurogroup meeting in Riga for possible further developments on Greece. Elsewhere, the US dollar is under broad pressure ahead of the weekend.

From the FloorTF
We've seen the dramatic rally in oil continue for the past month at least, and yesterday was no exception.

Martin Sandbu’s Free LunchFT
The IMF's big stick: The fund has whip hand over Europeans in Athens stand-off

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