Economic Calendar

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Frontrunning: June 28





  • Greek Unions Strike as Papandreou Seeks Support (Bloomberg)
  • Massive Strike Set for U.K. (WSJ)
  • U.S. Money Funds Risk Losses From Europe Crisis (Bloomberg) - Mainstream media finally wakes up
  • Dubai Denies Emirate Neighbors Fuel in Struggle to Pay Debt (Bloomberg) The untold story
  • Europe looks for contingency plan B (FT)
  • Plan B Budget Emerges in California (WSJ)
  • Greek woes may eclipse Lehman: Ackermann (Reuters)
  • Italian, Spanish Bonds Advance Before Sale on Greek Optimism (Bloomberg)
  • China, U.K. Forge New Trade Deals (WSJ)
  • Confidence in Canada Economy at Two-Year Low, Nanos Poll Shows (Bloomberg)
 


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Frontrunning: June 24





  • Bernanke Public Approval Falls to Lowest (Bloomberg)
  • On Governments as Portfolio Managers (El-Erian) - good read on the distinction between good and bad inflation
  • Of Wealth and Incomes: Why Americans are so unhappy with this economic recovery (WSJ Editorial)
  • Wen Says China Succeeding in Inflation Battle with Price Gains Set to Slow (Bloomberg)
  • EU Halts New Greek Backtrack (WSJ)
  • Greek Austerity Measures Still Unclear (Market News)
  • Greek Default Insurance Costs Drop (WSJ).... yes, sub 1 point profit taking in 20 pts up CDS is now headline worthy
  • Feds to Launch Probe of Google (WSJ)
  • Italy’s Draghi Appointed to Succeed Trichet as ECB President (Bloomberg)
 


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Frontrunning: June 23





  • America Faces Critical "Colonel Jessup" Moment (RCM)
  • Democrats push for jobs package in debt deal (Reuters)
  • HSBC Preliminary China June PMI Falls to 11-Month Low (WSJ)
  • Most Euro-Zone Economies Contract (WSJ)
  • Trichet Says Risk Signals Are Flashing Red as Debt Crisis Threatens Banks (Bloomberg)
  • A Divine Wind Blows Against Iran’s President (NYT)
  • Syrian troops mass near Turkish border (Reuters)
  • Yemen Jailbreak by Al-Qaeda Fighters Highlights Risk of Descent into Chaos (Bloomberg)
  • Buy and Hold Crushes Day Traders, New Report Shows (CBS)
  • Greek, Irish Incomes Take Hit (WSJ)
 


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Frontrunning: June 22





  • Poll: 44% of Americans Say Worse Off Under Obama (Bloomberg)
  • QE 2 Proves No Silver Bullet (Hilsenrath)
  • China’s Money Rate Rises to More Than Three-Year High as Banks Hoard Cash (Bloomberg)... hmm, where have we heard this before...
  • Europe’s Threat to Asian Exports May Force Slower Interest-Rate Increases (Bloomberg)
  • Fed Frets Over Fiscal Recklessness Behind Calm of 0.09% Yield (Bloomberg)
  • Greek Two-Year Government Notes Rise After Papandreou Wins Confidence Vote (Bloomberg)
  • Plan to Ease Way for Unions (WSJ)
  • PIMCO's El-Erian predicts Greece, others will default (Reuters)
  • IMF: Spain needs bolder job-market reforms (Businessweek)
 


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Frontrunning: June 21





  • Papandreou Confidence Vote May Decide Greece’s Fate (Bloomberg)
  • Fitch sees risk of Greece, U.S. debt defaults (Reuters)
  • China’s new bond buying hints at shift to euro (MarketWatch) as was reported on Zero Hedge 3 weeks ago
  • David Cameron: We won't bail out Greece (Telegraph)
  • Change in China Hits U.S. Purse (WSJ)
  • Debtors hail changes to EU rescue fund (FT)
  • SEC Should Free ’Fab’ Tourre, Target Big Fish: (William Cohan)
  • German energy plan seen as ‘viable’ (FT)
  • Kenya Shilling at 17-Year Low on Inflation (Bloomberg)
  • China Floods Claim Victims, Crops (WSJ)
 


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Daily US Opening News And Market Re-Cap: June 20





Risk-appetite, which emerged last Friday, couldn’t sustain its momentum today after Eurozone finance ministers decided to delay any final decision on a new Greek rescue package till July. The decision led to a re-emergence of risk-aversion, which provided support to the USD-Index and in turn weighed on EUR/USD and GBP/USD. The ongoing Greek debt concerns once again weighed on equities, with particular underperformance seen in financials, which underpinned the strength in Bunds. Allied to this, Eurozone peripheral 10-year government bond yield spreads widened led by the Greek/German spread.

 


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Frontrunning: June 17





  • And the truth keeps coming out: Evacuation urged for radioactive hot spots in Japan beyond 20km zone (Japan Times)
  • Germany's Merkel: Europe and Euro Tightly Bound Together (WSJ)
  • Hardline IMF forced Germany to guarantee Greek bailout (Guardian)
  • Hunt for ‘Holy Grail’ Hunt Pits ECB Against Naked Banks (Bloomberg)
  • Default by Greece ‘Almost Certain’: Greenspan (Bloomberg)
  • SEC could file Civil Fraud charges against some Raters (Reuters)
  • Merkel’s Greek Bondholder Gambit Tested as Sarkozy Visits Berlin (Bloomberg)
  • Biggest banks face capital clampdown (FT)
  • Too Big to Fail Ends With Wave of a Magic Wand (Bloomberg)
  • Biden Talks Aimed at $4 Trillion in Cuts Over 10 Years (WSJ)
  • California's Brown vetoes fellow Democrats' budget (Reuters)
  • U.S. Confidence Out of Sync With Stock Gains (Bloomberg)
 


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Frontrunning: June 16





  • Europe Faces ‘Lehman Moment’ as Greece Unravels (Bloomberg)
  • Lenders Dig In on Rules (WSJ)
  • White House Says Limits on War Powers Don’t Apply to U.S. Mission in Libya (Bloomberg)
  • Canada seeks US tax law exemption (FT)
  • Czech transport workers strike over austerity (FT)
  • U.K. Retail Sales Drop More Than Forecast (Bloomberg)
  • Ireland Opens New Front as ECB Battles to Avert Another Meltdown (Bloomberg)
  • Papandreou to name new cabinet (FT)
  • Samsonite Slump, Market Tumble Loom Over Prada IPO Pricing (Bloomberg)
 


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Frontrunning: June 15





  • Fed Officials Discuss Explicit Inflation Target (Bloomberg)
  • No Fed Shift Seen at June Gathering (Jon Hilsenrath)
  • China Developers’ Outlook Lowered to ‘Negative’ by S&P as Credit Tightens (Bloomberg)
  • SEC probes Merrill CDO sale (FT), Is Andrew Ross Sorkin already drafting explanation how Merrill was not, repeat NOT short anything? Or is Bank of America just not a Dealbook sponsor?
  • The Economy Is Now Immune to Keynesian Crack (Peter Schiff)
  • Rosenberg '99%' sure of U.S. recession (Forbes)
  • China Inflation Heading for 6% Shows Danger for Wen Extending Rate Pause (Bloomberg)
  • White House wants business to aid in debt cap fight (Reuters)
 


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Frontrunning: June 14





  • U.S. Says Bank of America Corp. "significantly hindered" a federal investigation of the company's foreclosure practices (WSJ)
  • Additional 23 Fukushima workers exposed to high radiation (NHK)
  • US mirrors sluggish global job creation  (FT)
  • Getting Away With It - Why are Galleon's investors not impaired? (NYT)
  • The Fed flood slows to a trickle (FT)
  • Rising Prices a Risk (WSJ)
  • Berlusconi suffers stinging referendum defeat (Reuters)
  • Roubini Warns Of Euro Break Up As Greek Credit Rating Tumbles (Forbes)
  • China Govt Could Cont Hiking Int Rates (Market News)
  • Trichet signals hostility to Greek ‘credit event’  (FT)
  • Qaddafi Coddled by U.S. Oil Producers (Bloomberg)
 


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Frontrunning: June 10





  • Germany Digs In On Greek Debt Restructuring (Bloomberg)
  • Libya emerges as Opec's big winner (FT)
  • Athens approves four-year austerity package (FT)
  • Germany sticks to demand for Greek bond swap (Reuters)
  • Fed said to consider expansion of capital reviews (Bloomberg)
  • Ally Financial delaying IPO (Reuters)
  • Tokyo Riot Squad to Safeguard Tepco Meeting (Bloomberg)
  • Christine Lagarde's victory a "done deal" says IMF rival (Telegraph)
  • Jamie Dimon's faulty capital requirement math (Simon Johnson)
 


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Frontrunning: June 9





  • Obama Considering Another Stimulus Tax Cut (New Republic)
  • Taxes on the menu in debt-reduction talks (Reuters)
  • Americans torn over debt limit (WaPo)
  • Dimon Challenges Bernanke on Wall Street Regulation (Bloomberg)
  • The Great Property Bubble of China May Be Popping (WSJ)
  • Beige Book confirms break in supply chain(FT)
  • Trichet May Play ECB Rate Card as Germany Risks Split on New Greek Rescue (Bloomberg)
  • Slow growth to anchor Bank rates despite price pressure (Reuters)
  • President Obama Authors The Economic Recovery That Isn’t (Forbes)
  • New Cracks in Oil Cartel (WSJ)
 


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Frontrunning: June 8





  • Fed Sees Recovery Lagging (Jon Hilsenrath)
  • Grand Bargain U.S. Debt-Deal Failure Would Set Up 2012 Election Showdown (Bloomberg)
  • Ruling party lawmakers attack new Greek bailout (Reuters)
  • IMF's Lipsky says QE3 not necessary (Reuters)
  • Yuan's band may be widened (China Daily)
  • Tank Looks Dry for the Australian Dollar (WSJ)
  • Berlin seeks 7-year Greek debt extension (FT)
  • It’s Bubble Time as Asia Braces for Fed’s QE3 (Bloomberg)
  • G20 targets volatile food prices (FT)
 


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Frontrunning: May 27





  • Former ECB chief economist Otmar Issing: Greece "Cheated" to join Euro (Bloomberg)
  • Fitch cuts Japan credit rating outlook to negative (Reuters)
  • Japan ends 25 months of deflation (Bloomberg)
  • Basel III break for banks in EU (FT)
  • China holds eight percent of US debt (China Daily)
  • Obama, GOP unveil competing plans for job growth (WaPo)
  • Ebay and PayPal sue Google over trade secrets (Reuters)
  • Greek leaders meet to resolve crisis (WSJ)
  • Lagarde offers bigger voice to emerging nations (FT)
  • G-8: Faster growth to spur faster debt cutting (Bloomberg)
 


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Frontrunning: May 26





  • Merkel-Sarkozy Bond Frays Heading Into Deauville G-8 (Bloomberg)
  • China's Cabinet May Impose Temporary Price Controls to Counter Inflation (Bloomberg)
  • No Retreat on Medicare (WSJ)
  • Goldman Sachs Needs a New Audit Committee (Bloomberg)
  • Republicans to roll out new tax-cut proposal (MarketWatch)
  • GATA urges Paul to probe Fed's gold swaps; he tells CNBC he will (GATA)
  • Civil war looms as dozens killed in Yemen capital (Reuters)
  • Foreclosure Drop in Florida and California Do Not Show Recovery (ForeclosureWarehouse)
 


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