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European Bond Research - May 21, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 21, 2019 12:20:03 PM
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT GRADE BONDS EDGED OUT HIGH YIELD DEBT in net prices linked to actual trades.  In a report   Deutsche Bank predicts Germany’s economy will deteriorate  despite solid growth in the first quarter citing   “several special factors”  including weak auto demand abroad and escalating global trade tensions.  The   10-year  Gilt rose 2.3 basis points.    F TSE 100 +0.16%,  German DAX +0.88%,  CAC 40+0.38%,  STOXX Europe 600  +0.52%.
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European Bond Research - May 20, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 20, 2019 12:23:01 PM
INFLOWS TO EUROPEAN FIXED INCOME ETFs significantly   outweighed its equity counterparts  in April, absorbing 4.3 billion euros accounting for   20.2 percent of inflows year-to-date  Equities settled lower as trade fears were reignited and Brexit uncertainty looms,   F TSE 100 -0.56%,  German DAX -1.51%,  CAC 40  -1.43%,  STOXX Europe 600  -1.03%. The   10-year  Gilt gained 2.6 basis points.
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Topics: Analytics, bonds, junk bonds, bond market, corporate bonds, market analytics, New Issues, News, research, EU, market update, European

European Bond Research - May 17, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 17, 2019 12:45:18 PM
EUROPEAN INVESTMENT GRADE BONDS EDGED OUT its high yielding counterparts in net prices linked to actual trades. Equities settled lower as trade fears were reignited and Brexit uncertainty loom.  F TSE 100 -0.07%, German DAX -0.44%, CAC 40 -0.11%, STOXX Europe 600 -0.33%. The 10-year Gilt lost 3.5 basis points.
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Topics: Analytics, bonds, junk bonds, bond market, corporate bonds, market analytics, New Issues, News, research, EU, market update, European

European Bond Research - May 16, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 16, 2019 12:26:02 PM
EUROZONE TRADE SURPLUS with the US contracted in March, meanwhile widened with China. The trade surplus on a seasonally adjusted basis   decreased to 17.9 billion euros  in March from 20.6 billion February. Equities settled higher  upon easing fears regarding a trade war, F TSE 100 +0.50%, German DAX +1.51%, CAC 40 +1.08%, STOXX Europe 600 +1.06%. The 10-year Gilt dipped 0.5 basis points.
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European Bond Research - May 15, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 15, 2019 12:19:55 PM
UNICREDIT PROGRESSES FORWARD with its plans to place a bid for   Germany’s Commerzbank  in a deal worth an estimated 9.3 billion euros,   Commerzbank shares spiked 4.7 percent. The German government will have to approve any merger given their   15 percent stake in the bank originating from a bailout in 2008. The 10-year Gilt lost 3.4 basis points. F TSE 100 +0.70%, German DAX +0.75%, CAC 40 +0.33%, STOXX Europe 600 +0.27%.
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European Bond Research - May 14, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 14, 2019 12:22:10 PM
INVESTMENT GRAD EUROPEAN BONDS EDGED OUT HIGH YIELD DEBT  in net prices linked to actual trades. European   equities bounce back  following optimism from the US saying a trade deal will eventually be achieved with China,   We'll let you know in about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful” . The   10-year  Gilt rose 0.6 basis points.   FTSE 100 +1.09%, German DAX +0.97%, CAC 40 +1.50%, STOXX Europe 600 +1.01%.
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European Bond Research - May 13, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 13, 2019 12:15:31 PM
RISK-OFF SENTIMENT PREVAILED ON MONDAY IN EUROPEAN MARKETS as trade tensions   intensified over the weekend  after China announced an   increase in tariffs to 25 percent  for goods exported to the US. France’s economy is   expected to expand at a consistent rate  in the second quarter of 2019 with   GDP forecasted to grow 0.3 percent. The 10-year Gilt rose 3.6 basis points. FTSE 100 -0.48%, German DAX -1.30%, CAC 40 -1.20%, STOXX Europe 600 -1.13%.
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European Bond Research - May 10, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 10, 2019 12:59:45 PM
BRITAIN’S ECONOMY EXPANDED IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF 2019  as businesses prepared for Brexit delivering orders before the deadline. GPD grew at an annual rate of 2 percent  compared to the previous quarter of 0.9 percent. German exports bounced  back at rapid pace soaring 1.5 percent month-over-month in March,   exceeding analyst expectations. The 10-year Gilt rose 0.6 basis points. Equities settled higher on the positive economic placing trade concerns on the backburner, FTSE 100 +0.14%,  German DAX +0.86%,  CAC 40  +0.41%,  STOXX Europe 600  +0.43%.
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European Bond Research - May 9, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 9, 2019 12:50:11 PM
EUROPEAN SHARES PLUMMETED ON THURSDAY AMID escalating trade   tensions  between U.S. and China. Beijing announced they would retaliate taking   "necessary countermeasures" sending European automaker stocks lower.   Shares of BMW and Daimler  sank 3 percent. The   10-year  Gilt dipped 1.2 basis points.    FTSE 100 -0.87%,  German DAX -1.69%,  CAC 40 -1.93%, STOXX Europe 600  -1.64%.
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European Bond Research - May 8, 2019

Posted by Corey Mahoney on May 8, 2019 12:43:49 PM
EUROPEAN MARKETS WAVERED ON WEDNESDAY struggling for direction amid   escalating global trade tensions. “Now we’re left wondering   whether it will happen at all  and what impact more tariffs will have on the   global economy  and markets.   The next few days could be massive.” Craig Erlam market analyst at Oanda in London.  The   British pound  edged 0.47 percent lower against the dollar.  The   10-yearGilt dipped 2.3 basis points.    FTSE 100 +0.18%,  German DAX +0.86%,  CAC 40 +0.41%,  STOXX Europe 600  +0.19%.
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