Frontrunning: September 21

Tyler Durden's picture
  • China Faces ‘Hot-Money’ Surge on Financial Market Turmoil (Bloomberg)
  • China Lending Curbs Help Propel Commercial Paper Yields to Record (Bloomberg)
  • Italy plans reforms to rebuild growth (FT)
  • US accused of unfair antitrust tactic (FT)
  • Trichet urges EU banks to strengthen balance sheets (Reuters)
  • Brazil seeks to help Europe via IMF (Reuters)
  • Labour and Tories battle over IMF report (FT)
  • Greek reforms undermined by stereotypes: minister (Reuters)

European economic update:

  • Norway Unemployment rate (AKU) for July 3.2% - lower than expected. Consensus 3.3%. Previous 3.3%.
  • Switzerland Money Supply M3 for August 7.6%. Previous 6.0%.
  • UK Public Finances (PSNCR) for August 11.8B – higher than expected. Consensus 7.0B. Previous-5.6B.
  • UK PSNB ex Interventions for August 15.9B – higher than expected. Consensus 13.0B. Previous -2.4B.
  • UK Public Sector Net Borrowing for August 13.2B – higher than expected. Consensus 11.4B. Previous -5.2B.

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oobrien's picture

Shit! Fuck! Cunt! Cocksucker!

And that's all I've got to say.

oobrien's picture

What happened to Becky Quick?

My masturbation fantasies are grinding to a halt!

HelluvaEngineer's picture

Why are futures broken this morning?  They are going the wrong damn direction.

msmith's picture
Looks like the EURUSD has decided to makes its move lower.  A bearish trend channel has been formed with downside price action
msmith's picture
USD is showing strength across the board.  This should negatively impact equities.  The AUDUSD should have the most downside movement in a risk off environment.