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Friday, October 27

27th Oct - Good US GDP, Catalonia declares independence

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A buoyant euro area labour marketPictet
Recent economic crises took a heavy toll on the employment level in the euro area, with almost five years of uninterrupted employment losses.

Spain set to impose direct rule in Catalonia as crisis spirals – Reuters
Catalan parliament votes to start 'constituent process' to split from Spain – Reuters
Catalonia's Parliament to Vote on Declaration of Independence – BB
Contagion Spreads To Europe Amid Spanish Bank Bloodbath – ZH
Catalonia declares independence from Spain, direct Madrid rule looms – Reuters
Spain Gets Ready to Take Control After Catalonia Declares Independence – BB

Results of the Q4 2017 ECB Survey of Professional Forecasters – ECB
The ECB Shows It Has Won the Market's Trust – BB         
Peter Praet: EMU - how much federalism? – ECB
Weidmann Says ECB Should Have Set Clear End Date for Bond Buying – BB

It’s Going to Stay a Yellen Fed No Matter Who Gets the Job – BB
Trump Leans Toward Jay Powell as Next Fed Chairman – BB

  GDP Q3
GDP Unexpectedly Grew At 3.0% In Q3, Ignores Hurricanes Harvey, Irma – ZH
U.S. economy grows 3 percent in third quarter on inventories, trade – Reuters
Growth at Above-Forecast 3% on Consumers and Businesses – BB
Economists react to report: ‘There’s Nothing to Complain About’ – WSJ
GDP grew 3% q-o-q SAAR in Q3, pushing up the y-o-y print to 2.3% - Pictet
GDP results generally bode well for the outlook – Daiwa

Daily Prophet: Draghi Shows How to Taper Without a TantrumBB

Asia monthly October: EM sell-offNordea
Last month we have experienced an EM sell-off, but in our view it is still too early to call off the 2017 as the EM year. At a 3-month horizon, we see the biggest potential in the INR and the MYR, while we think the PHP and the SGD will underperform.

High Frequency TradingLighthouse Investment Management

Following The Stock Market Is Bad For Your ReturnsThe Fat Pitch
The irony of equity investing is this: if you knew nothing about the stock market and did not follow any financial news, you have probably made a very handsome return on your investment, but if you tried to be a little bit smarter and read any commentary from experienced managers, you probably performed poorly.

FirstFT Daily BriefingFT
Solid Super Thursday, JFK files released, Australia’s citizenship fiasco

Tech Giants Boom, RBS Posts Profit, Pivotal Day for Catalonia

Danske DailyDanske Bank

US tax reform edges forward * More focus on Catalonia
ECB announces a halving in the pace of its net asset purchases * German and especially Spanish bonds rally * EUR crushed by dovish ECB while USD buoyed by tax hopes

Daily Market CommentMarc Chandler
Greenback Finishing Week on Firm Note

Brussels PlaybookPolitico
Easy money flow slows — John Boehner does Frankfurt

Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your DayBB

Global Stocks Jump Among Earnings Bonanza; Nikkei Closes Above 22,000 For First Time In 21 Years


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