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EU countries eye potential share of Apple windfall – Politico
Mediterranean Europe: More spending, please – Politico
The leaders of seven southern European countries called for more public spending to boost the EU’s slow economic recovery even as their own political weakness undermines the credibility of their initiative. The call will likely be met with skepticism if not outright opposition in Germany.
EU’s Austerity Programs Are ‘History’ Now, Malta’s Scicluna Says – BB
‘Self-flagellation’ of the past a blot on EU economic history * EU nations had cut public spending, infrastructure projects
Europe Must Rediscover Fiscal Policy – View / BB
Schaeuble Says Global Bank Capital Rules Mustn’t Punish Europe – BB
G-20 leaders support Europe’s demand for ‘level playing field’ * Basel Committee aims to finish framework revision this year
Germany's Schaeuble blames ECB for German export surplus – Reuters
France's Macron against UK finance 'passports' post-Brexit: report – Reuters
U.K. Mustn’t Get Competitive Edge After Brexit, Danish PM Says – BB
The Brexit bounce that’s making doom-mongers look foolish – The Spectator
Macro Monday: Deconstructing Friday - what was that about? – TF
Friday saw one of the biggest jumps in the volatility index that we have seen for some time. So is it a one off technicality from over positioning in the market or the sign of something more to come?
FX: next - Big in Japan – Nordea
The equity markets dropped and USD firmed as the global yields broke higher. But higher long rates, steeper curves is ultimately good news for banks, the economy and thus markets. With ECB on hold, BoJ is next big thing - not only for Japan, but globally.
Economic Outlook 3/2016 – Nordea
El-Erian: This Market Selloff May Be Different – View / BB
The most recent turmoil could last longer and be harder to reverse.
Slavoj Žižek explains why we shouldn’t pity or romanticize refugees – Quartz
What Happens After ISIS Falls? – WSJ
‘We’re the Only Plane in the Sky’ – Politico
Where was the president in the eight hours after the Sept. 11 attacks? The strange, harrowing journey of Air Force One, as told by the people who were on board.
Danske Daily – Danske Bank
Eye-Opener – Nordea
Bonds and equities sell off, focus on Brainard today * Danish inflation and Fed speeches today * Selloff caused by taciturn Draghi means 10Y Bund yield is positive * The USD and EUR soar as yields rise
Morning Markets – TF
Last week's European Central Bank meeting appeared to show a central bank at its limit but do the FOMC and BoJ feel similarly constrained?
Daily Market Comment – Marc Chandler
Markets Off to A Wobbly Start
Daily Market Comment – Macro Man
Market Comment – Polemic’s Pains
Europe Daily – WSJ
Cameron Goes, Tsipras Falls to Earth, Bond Market Tantrums
Daily Press Summary – Open Europe
Danish PM calls for “peaceful” Brexit but warns UK must not get “competitive advantages” * Macron warns UK over loss of EU financial services ‘passport’, while office capacity constraints threaten to disrupt any movement of financial services from London * Home Secretary commits to cutting immigration to “tens of thousands” and refuses to rule out prospect of UK citizens facing visas to travel to Europe * Hammond rows back on Osborne’s pledge to cut corporation tax post-Brexit * Calls for Government to push ahead with infrastructure investment after Brexit * Franco-German paper outlines proposals for EU ‘defence union’ * EU Commission to push ahead with plans for common Eurozone budget and jobless scheme * Rift between EU and IMF is hurting Greek recovery, Tsipras says
Brussels Playbook – Politico
Tusk’s game plan — Roaming disaster — Georgieva for UN?
US Open – ZH
"Global Market Rout" - Bond Selloff Snowballs Into Stock Liquidations On "Stimulus Pullback" Fears
Frontrunning – ZH
FX Update – TF
Currency traders sought safety in the most liquid currencies as the G3 are firm amidst an ugly unwinding of carry trades after last week’s ECB disappointment and further hawkish tones from the US Fed.
From the Floor – TF
Global assets are being hammered by a tsunami of negative sentiment as investors and traders worldwide mull Friday's 2.5% selloff in the S&P 500 fret about the likelihood that Wall Street will continue lower today and that the Federal Reserve may spring a rate hike next week.
Aamukatsaus – Nordea
Matalapalkkatyö nostaa tunteita – Osmo Soininvaara