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Sunday, November 25

25th Nov - Weekly Previews

Weekly Market ReviewZero Hedge
Crude, Credit Crash As Stocks Suffer Worst Black Friday Loss Since 2010

What Happened This Week in the World EconomyBB
U.S., China, other data more sour as holiday season begins

Take Five: World markets themes for the week aheadReuters
The Fed’s policy * G20 and Trump-Xi meeting * ECB’s new TLTRO * Brexit battle at home * Tech stock wreck

Key events in developed markets next week ING
Eurozone: Fall in oil prices will be a drag on inflation * German Ifo to shed light on whether economy will regain momentum * Riksbank December hike on tenterhooks * Canada: Slowing housing market will prevent any 'super growth' story

Support seems to be growing for the proposal of France and Germany for a eurozone budget

Week AheadNordea
The washout of the millennials * If Italy does not wish to pay up, what is the EU going to do? * Tail risks of trade or Fed relief,

Weekly Focus:Danske Bank
Inflation data from US and EZ * Brexit agreement’s destiny in parliament * Trump and Xi to meet next Saturday * Chinese PMI

Global Week AheadScotiabank

Weekly Market OutlookMoody’s
Unprecedented Amount of Baa-Grade Bonds Menaces the Credit Outlook

Macro WeeklyABN AMRO
US interest-rate sensitive sectors softening * Dutch consumer confidence weakens further * Asian trade data erratic

Weekly Market CommentMarc Chandler
Dollar:  Range-Bound or Trending?

FX WeeklyNordea
We find increasing evidence that the tightening of financial conditions in Asia is spilling back on developed markets. Is it time for further softening from Powell and Draghi this week? We also need to consider our good friends HIA, SOMA and REBA.