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Europe bribes Turkey – Politico
Throwing money at Ankara won’t resolve this refugee crisis.
Peter Bofinger: German Wage Moderation And The Eurozone Crisis – Social Europe
EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK
Significant easing expected from ECB – it may struggle to surprise – Open Europe
The ECB is different (and should be treated as such) – FT
ECB Preview – Mario will not disappoint – ABN AMRO
Monetary policy expectations and aggregate EZ shocks – vox
How the ‘euroglut’ thesis became a reality – FT
Swiss example may give ECB pause on negative rates – IFT
The Final Countdown – Tim Duy
We are on the final countdown to the first rate hike of this cycle. Beyond that, the Fed will proceed very cautiously.
The centrality of policy to how long recessions last – Simon Wren-Lewis
Morning MoneyBeat Asia – WSJ
U.S. Stocks Slide Into November’s End
Morning MoneyBeat Europe – WSJ
Stocks Pin Hopes on ECB; Shrug off China Data Miss
Morning MoneyBeat US – WSJ
Strongest Month of the Year Starts With Major Events
Danske Daily – Danske Bank
Euro rates update – Nordea
Eye-Opener – Nordea
US ISM index to remain weak * Rates should rise for the rest of the week on better global data and ECB * EUR/USD at risk of reversal as policy divergence theme fades * CNY in the SDR basket
Morning Markets – TF
The speed of the Eurozone's recovery is in focus as we head towards December's ECB meeting and today's Spanish PMI print will show investors how things are proceeding in one of the Continent's economic standouts.
Daily FX Comment – Marc Chandler
Dollar Trades Heavier, Key Events Awaited
Daily Shot – TF
Economic indicators from China keep painting a dismal picture and commodities markets reflect persistently weak demand from Chinese industry and construction. The offshore yuan is trading at a discount again in spite of People's Bank of China's intervention. That means the market is telling China to devalue.
Daily Press Summary – Open Europe
British and German military involvement in the fight against IS imminent pending parliamentary approval * Former UK Chancellor: Britain could survive economically outside the EU * Labour Party launches its campaign to stay in the EU * Poland backs proposals to establish the EU as a multi-currency union * Turkey arrests over 1,000 migrants and smugglers as Sweden is set to have refugees relocated * EU anti-terror chief: European intelligence agency “won’t happen” * Head of Eurozone bailout fund expects Greek debt relief talks to be delayed into next year * European Commission issues proposal aimed at making it easier for businesses to raise cash
Brussels Playbook – Politico
Climate kick-off — Danish options — National Front lines
US Open – ZH
Global Stocks Start Off December With A Bang, US Equity Futures Rebound; Yuan Drops
Frontrunning – ZH
FX Update – TF
The US dollar was broadly weaker after a dismal Chicago PMI yesterday and as cable refused to take out the 1.5000 level on the first try while AUDUSD bulls were encouraged by another optimistic RBA statement Three days of dense event risks lie ahead and will be pivotal for the outlook for the euro and perhaps also for the USD.
From the Floor – TF
As traders brace for this week's European Central Bank decision US employment report and crunch Opec summit the US dollar is falling victim to a wave of repositioning that has boosted major and peripheral currencies crude oil and gold.
Aamukatsaus – Nordea
Kiina sai pokaalin takanreunukselle * Ruotsin talous kasvoi vakuuttavasti * Kiinan elvytys puree teollisuuden luottamukseen vain vaivoin * USA:n teollisuuden luottamus pysyy aneemisena