China’s PMI numbers over the weekend were better than expected. I ask NAB’s David de Garis whether this assumes a strong, risk-on mood for the first week of a new quarter?
Today was the day the UK was to leave the EU – we’ll get a new date today. NAB’s Tapas Strickland talks about procrastination in US China trade talks too, which isn’t helping the global slowdown.
Sterling took a hit on the latest Brexit shenanigans. NAB’s Gavin Friend talks through the day in Brussels, plus the reaction to the Fed 24 hours on.
China and Europe both playing hardball on deals today. NAB’s Rodrigo Catril and I surmise it’s all part of the art of the deal. Plus, a prelude to the FOMC meeting tomorrow.
Could business resume sooner rather than later? Equities are behaving as though we will. Also EU finance ministers fail to reach agreement on stimulus, oil spikes on hopes of a supply settlement, and Bernie Sanders pulls out of the Presidential race. https://t.co/packx2Mun4
If the EU can’t fix the crisis in Italy and Spain without those nations incurring massive debt, will the southern nations pull out of the European experiment? I ask @ProfSteveKeen https://t.co/6lcTiuKfbU Support Steve at https://t.co/aO1AJXSNnk