Here are the links to the weekly roundups, reviews and also previews of the beginning week. Last week’s roundup-post is here.
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Weekly Scoreboard – Between The Hedges
Succinct summation of week’s events – The Big Picture
Weekly Market Review – ZH
Stocks Slump Most In 4 Months As Global Financial Stress Nears 5-Year Highs
US Schedule for Week – Bill McBride
Economic Calendar – Berenberg
5 Things to Watch in US Economics Calendar – WSJ
Global Week Ahead – BB
Brexit Vote, Yellen, Zuckerberg Role. Speeches, debates mark countdown to U.K. national referendum. U.S. home sales, GE does digital, CES comes to New York City.
EU Week Ahead – WSJ
All Eyes On British Referendum (And How Markets Will React)
Wall St Week Ahead – Reuters
Heavy trading predicted around Brexit vote
Weighing the Week Ahead – Jeff Miller
EcoWeek – BNP Paribas
Global A peaceful uneasy feeling: FOMC sends a dovish message. ‘Uncertainty’ is the dominant word in Janet Yellen’s press conference Global TTIP, a challenging obstacle course: In 2013, the United States and the European Union entered negotiations with the intent of ratifying the TTIP. However many issues remain to be solved just a few months before the U.S. presidential elections. Eurozone TLTRO-II, a weapon of choice: TLTRO-II, the new series of long-term refinancing operations announced in March, has not attracted much attention despite its key position in the ECB’s strategy. Germany Low rates and savings behaviour of households: Do low interest rates influence savings behaviour in Germany, and how?
Week Ahead: Brexit vote – Nordea
The people of the United Kingdom vote on membership of the European Union (Thu). Regardless of the outcome, a substantial market reaction is inevitable. We anticipate a vote to remain, but with recent polls favouring an exit, the outlook is uncertain. In the US, Fed Chair Yellen presents her semi-annual testimony to Congress (Tue, Wed), which we expect to echo her recent FOMC statement. In the Euro Area, German courts decide on the legality of the ECB's OMT programme.
Weekly Focus – Danske Bank
Strategy – Danske Bank
It’s all about Brexit versus Bremain in the coming week * A Brexit would have significant
impact on markets and the European economy * Bond yields set to stay low regardless of Brexit or not * EUR/USD set to move lower before increasing again * In our baseline scenario without a Brexit, we look for a fragile global recovery to continue into 2017
Week Ahead – Handelsbanken
UK Weekly – Handelsbanken
Global Views Weekly – Scotiabank
Weekly FX Sentiment Report – Scotiabank
Weekly Market Outlook – Moody’s
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Macro Weekly: Fed is pushed around by data – ABN AMRO
The outcome of the UK’s referendum to leave the EU looks like an increasingly close call – the possibility of Brexit is very real. A vote to leave would likely trigger a UK economic downturn and a further sharp fall in sterling. Financial market stress and European political contagion could lead to global spillovers. Central banks could react to ease stress by providing liquidity, via a co-ordinated interventions in currency markets and by stepping up stimulus.
Week Ahead – Marc Chandler
All about Europe
FX Outlook – Marc Chandler
Dollar Looks Vulnerable at the Start of the Week Ahead
The June 23 Brexit vote is one of the most anticipated event risks in modern market history and even the forecaster, bookmakers, and odds-setters agree this one will go down to the wire. If you're trading this one, trade carefully.