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Sunday, June 21

21st Jun - 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. This post will be updated as new material is published.

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Weekly ScoreboardBetween The Hedges

Friday’s Price MonitorGlobal Macro Monitor

Succinct summation of week’s eventsThe Big Picture

US Schedule for WeekCalculated Risk

Economic Calendar – Berenberg

Economic CalendarHandelsbanken

World Week AheadWSJ

Global Central Banks Calendar – WSJ

Week Ahead – ZH

Week AheadMarc Chandler
Greece Casts Long Shadow while US Economic Momentum Strengthens

5 Things to Watch on the Economic CalendarWSJ

Wall St Week AheadReuters
Investors eye improvements in data for housing stocks

Global Economy Week AheadReuters
Greek drama nears final act, ending uncertain

Weighing the Week AheadA Dash of Insight
What does the Greek Crisis mean for financial markets?

EU Week Ahead: – WSJ

Weekly Market OutlookMoody’s

Weekly FocusDanske Bank
The market will be watching the emergency EU summit scheduled for Monday for a possible deal between Greece and its creditors to extend the Greek bailout * In China, we expect the HSBC manufacturing PMI to have improved slightly again in June to 49.5 from 49.2 in May * We forecast a decline for the euro area manufacturing PMI to 51.8 in June from 52.2 in May * With the 30 June deadline for a comprehensive deal the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear programme are set to enter their final phase next week.

StrategyDanske Bank
It’s crunch time – we still expect a deal between EU and Greece * We should see a decent rally in stock markets and tighter peripheral spreads following a deal * US growth is rebounding - we still
look for a September hike * Euro area data still mixed but exports should take over the baton from consumers soon

Week AheadNordea
Next week looks like a make or break week for Greece, EU leaders will meet on Monday in an attempt to come to agreement with Greece. The US offers second tier data this week, including the durable goods orders report and Q1 GDP. The flash PMI from China is expected to extend the improvement from May while the flash PMI from the Euro area is expected to stand still. Sweden will deliver retail sales figures and household credit growth.

Macro Weekly: Ten big questions on GreeceABN AMRO
Greece has once again been making the wrong kind of headlines and is very much front of mind for investors. The breakdown of talks between the Greek delegation and the institutions and inflammatory rhetoric by Greek Prime Minister Tsipras has raised worries about a Greek default and euro exit. Thursday’s Eurogroup made little further progress towards a deal, though an emergency Euro Summit has been planned for Monday. In this note we try and answer ten big questions that arise.

FX OutlookMarc Chandler
The Dollar's Travails

FX 4 Next WeekTradingFloor
Monday's Eurogroup meeting presents something of an event horizon for traders, and euro traders in particular. Whatever the outcome of the meeting, however, the latest chapter in the Greek saga will remain one directional factor among many in a market characterised by central banks in general and policy divergence in particular.

Euro Rates Weekly – Assume brace position!ABN AMRO
Short maturing bonds exhibit much lower volatility than during the crisis years * Intraday yield volatility of 2y bonds is significantly lower than 10 and 30y bonds * Volatility of 10y peripheral bonds has decreased significantly compared to crisis-levels * However, 30y bonds of virtually all eurozone countries still exhibit crisis-level volatility * Accommodative monetary policy has dampened volatility of short term bonds * As the ECB will remain in easing mode, we think that short bonds will continue to provide the best protection in volatile markets