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Thursday, September 29

29th Sep - Quiet amid big risks

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EU Council is 'black hole' in public trusteuobserver

Sweden’s job market isn’t working for non-EU migrants

Bloomberg Briefs: Brexit Special BB
Simon Tilford: Brexit Britain: The poor man of Western Europe? – CER

Russia Economic ReviewDaiwa

Why People Have Been Worrying About Deutsche Bank, in 12 Charts – BB
Deutsche Bank's Chinese Hurdle – BB
El-Erian: DB Should Make You Worry About Europe's Other Giants – View / BB

Mario Draghi does Deutschland – Politico
Draghi and Berlin drawn into Deutsche Bank troubles – FT

Fed's Yellen defends regulatory role, raises stress test changes – Reuters
Fed's primal divide: Is economy overheating or stuck in a rut? – Reuters

Paul Krugman: A General Theory Of Austerity? NYT

Rise of Shadow Banks Is Amplifying Monetary Policy, IMF Says BB
Monetary Policy Not Hurt by Rise of Nonbank FinanceIMF

Steen Jakobsen’s Quarterly Outlook: Don the helmetsTF

Quant Who Coined Risk Parity Says Wall Street Has It WrongBB
Fed, BOJ add shine to risk-parity strategyReuters

OPEC agrees modest oil output curbs in first deal since 2008 – Reuters
OPEC Agrees to First Oil Output Cut in Eight Years – BB
The Biggest Winners and Losers From OPEC's Oil Deal – BB
Wall Street reacts to production cut: "more politics than anything else"– ZH

Danske DailyDanske Bank

OPEC decision, Several central bank speeches today * China PMIs and Yellen today. Bund ends virtually unchanged. SEK rose on solid data

Morning MarketsTF
Opec stunned the market overnight with a deal to cut oil production by an approximate 700000 b/d. Iran is celebrating as it earns an exemption but any move above $50/barrel for Brent is likely to unleash pent-up US shale oil onto the market.

Euro wrap-upDaiwa

Daily Market CommentMarc Chandler
Dollar Quietly Bid, while Market is Skeptical of OPEC Deal

Daily Market CommentMacro Man
What's more important to savers: nominal or real rates?

Daily Press SummaryOpen Europe
UK government forced to reveal why Article 50 can be triggered without parliamentary approval * Renzi: We need to build the best alliance between the UK and the EU * German and French MPs open to more EU integration on defence and immigration but disagree on other policy fields, says survey * Banks borrowed £9bn from BoE to withstand post-Brexit vote shock * Germany’s populist AfD party reaches new record high * French central bank governor calls for Eurozone budget and Eurobonds * S&P sees slower economic growth for UK, but no recession

Brussels PlaybookPolitico
Hungary’s Schengen hole — UK’s EU backdoor — Gunning for Guterres

Crude Declines As OPEC Deal Doubts Emerge; Futures Roll Over


FX UpdateTF
The announcement of an Opec production cut saw a jump in CAD and NOK overnight and the JPY weaker with interesting technical implications for USDJPY as we are taken back to the levels trading prior to last week’s BoJ/FOMC meetings.

From the Floor TF
News of a production cut deal among Opec nations has sent both crude and risk sentiment soaring higher but the headline masks a great many remaining uncertainties.

OPEC päätti öljyn tuotannon rajoittamisesta eilisessä kokouksessaan * USA:ssa vuoden toisen neljänneksen BKT:n kasvua korjattaneen ylöspäin * Meksikon keskuspankki puuttuu peson heikentymiseen * Fedin puheenjohtaja Yellen pitää puheen

Miten hyvin inflaatioswapit heijastavat odotettua inflaatiota? – Suomen Pankki
Miksi lainakanta kasvaa euroalueella niin hitaasti? – Suomen Pankki
Luonnollinen korko – hyödyllinen mutta epävarma talouden kuvaaja – Suomen Pankki
Kolme kuukautta brexitäänestyksestä – missä mennään? – Suomen Pankki