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Thursday, May 5

5th May - Quiet ahead of US jobs

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Economic Bulletin Issue 3, 2016 – ECB
Recent wage trends in the euro area – ECB

Jobs Report Preview – TF
Why we should worry about recession – TF
5 Things to Watch in the April Jobs Report – WSJ
Inevitable U.S. Hiring Slowdown Not Yet in Sight – BB

Morning MarketsTF
Japan may still be out on holiday but the broad trend across the Asia-Pacific region is equity-negative with sovereign bonds well supported. In forex markets the major USD pairs are waiting for the next big move in the greenback.

Euro wrap-up Daiwa

Daily Market Comment Marc Chandler
Dollar Performance Turns More Nuanced

Daily Market CommentMacro Man
Traffic Jam

Daily ShotTF
US manufacturing jobs cut are being shed in increasing numbers as exports slide. But on the bright side small businesses continue to power US private payrolls growth.

Daily Press SummaryOpen Europe
Commission proposes scheme forcing states to take in refugees, giving Turkey green-light for visa-free travel * Cameron insists Turkish membership is “not an issue” in the EU referendum and will not happen for decades * UK to accept up to 2,000 child refugees from European camps * Greece and creditors remain at an impasse over bailout review * Hollande reaches lowest-ever approval rating * Germany's right-wing populist party AfD at record-high while centre-left SPD at lowest level since 1997 * ECB to halt production of €500 note, but it will retain its value * David Cameron denies TTIP deal is dead arguing for “political courage to get it over the line” * Moody’s: EU in such a fragile state that for many its failure is a question of when, not if * IMF warns Denmark over impact of Brexit * Russia to increase troops along border to counter NATO presence * ECJ rejects tobacco package challenge

Brussels PlaybookPolitico
Refugees get a price — UK’s Super Thursday

Futures Rebound As Crude Regains $45 On Canada Fears; Turkey Hammered