Busy January For Europe - Complete Monthly Event Calendar

Tyler Durden's picture

Investor relief that the US fiscal cliff has been averted and optimism that the political compromise will make a small positive contribution to 2013 GDP are, for now at least, making investors forget about longer-term implications for debt sustainability and (temporarily) relax on euro matters. The Italian general election is over seven weeks away and until then the focus will probably remain on US fiscal developments (or FOMC expectations). However, European debt repayments are expected to top EUR40 billion in January and following today's German auction the onslaught of European auctions begins along with the ECB meeting next week (no rate change expected) followed soon after by the Eurogroup finance minister meetings. Plenty of headline-risk worthy dates here...

 

 

 

Source: Societe Generale

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Atomizer's picture

The President Address the Party: Agitate for de-Kulakization 

 

Obama, ‘We must redistribute income to help our foreign Komrades’.

 

ball-and-chain's picture

Desperate people move to socialism.

Right now, we have wealth confiscation.

And it's the rich who are drunk on all the cream.

Don't blame the victims.

Blame the elites.

http://www.angrysinner.blogspot.kr/2013/01/yesterday-dragon-lady-served-beef-and.html

GetZeeGold's picture

 

 

Screw all that crap....and just give us the big package.

Lord Of Finance's picture

DEC (2013)- Bernanke steps down as fed chairman in the nick of time

   ?  (2014)- US Bond market implodes