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European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Fragile euro-zone recovery needs more ECB supportUK Commercial Property > UK Commercial Property Data Response — IPF Consensus Forecasts (Aug)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Major challenges await Singapore after the electionJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — How useful are the BoJ’s alternative inflation gauges?European Economics > European Economics Update — Draghi paves way for more QECanada Economics > Bank of Canada Watch — Bank unlikely to cut rates next weekUK Economics > UK Economics Chart Book — Resurgence in exports unlikely to lastUK Economics > MPC Watch — Market turmoil to reinforce MPC’s dovish stanceAustralia & New Zealand Economics > RBNZ Watch — Heading down to 2%Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Cost of Nigerian FX restrictions becoming increasingly clear
European Economics > European Economics Update — Sweden’s Riksbank still has more work to doEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Turkey CPI (Aug.) Headline rateEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Polish MPC sounds dovish as commodity prices fall, data softenEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Deflation dangers still lingeringGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Are central banks really running out of ammunition?Precious Metals > Precious Metals Update — Gold and silver to end the year on the upEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Is Bank Indonesia too soft on inflation?Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — RBA may yet have to change tack on ratesUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Dithering Fed still waiting for perfect conditionsGlobal Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — What does the market turmoil mean for monetary policy?
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Euro-zone’s problems lie closer to home than ChinaThis article appears in multiple services — More “good” deflation to boost consumer recoveryUK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Markets shift too far towards expecting low rates to lastGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — Will stock market upheaval deter the Fed from tightening?European Economics > ECB Watch — Euro’s rise puts Draghi under pressure againEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Foreigners head for the exitsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Danish bond issuance restarts, but rate hikes a long way offChina Economics > China Economics Update — Little chance of a Hong Kong de-peggingEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Data Response — Philippines GDP (Q2)
Australia & New Zealand Economics > RBA Watch — Chances of rate cuts diminishing, but not disappearingIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Government meddling putting RBI credibility at riskUK Economics > UK Economics Update — Market turmoil gives MPC another reason to delay rate hikeChina Economics > China Economics Update — Policymakers put focus on supporting economy, not marketEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Will the euro’s rise stall the recovery?Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — How will policymakers respond to the market rout?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)Canada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Sinking commodity prices more bad news for CanadaUS Economics > US Economics Update — Will the Fed bow to market turmoil and delay rate hikes?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Plunge in oil prices will force BoJ to step up easing
China Economics > China Economics Update — Panic about China is overblownLatin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Mexico Bi-Weekly Consumer Prices (Aug.)Africa Economics > Africa Watch — Nigeria: Oil not the only worryCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Don’t bet on further big falls in the Canadian dollarUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed has set a pretty low bar for a rate hikeEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Greek election adds to bailout implementation risksCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Consumer Prices (Jul.) & Retail Sales (Jun.)India Economics > India Chart Book — A missed opportunityGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — Still room for revision of rate expectations in EM bond marketEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Norwegian GDP (Q2)
US Economics > US Data Response — Consumer Prices (Jul.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Dong devaluation not part of Asian currency warEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Greek bailout approved, but implementation doubtfulEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Iceland’s tightening cycle has further to runEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — After the falls: where next for EM currencies?Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Risk of deflation still confined to euro-zone and JapanLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Colombia: chance of rate hikes growingPrecious Metals > Precious Metals Update — Gold price to be supported by central banks’ buyingEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkish MPC strikes hawkish note, unveils new policy plansThis article appears in multiple services — Consumer Prices & Producer Prices (Jul.)
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Mexico: rate hike next month not yet a done dealAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Defending currencies ultimately futileUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — A storm in a China teacup?China Economics > China Data Response — Hong Kong GDP (Q2)Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Chile and Peru still happy to hold fireThis article appears in multiple services — Deflation Watch: Negative inflation will return soonEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Interest rates in the Philippines to remain on hold for a while yetEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Greek GDP (Q2, Prov.)China Economics > China Economics Update — RMB set to stabilise as PBOC counters devaluation claimsEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Korean rates to stay on hold for a while yet
US Economics > US Economics Update — Will events in China force the Fed to delay US rate lift-off?This article appears in multiple services — Labour market data (Jun./Jul.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Talk of a fresh round of Asian "currency wars" is overblownGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — How vulnerable are US Treasuries to banks’ waning demand?China Economics > China Economics Update — China is not declaring a “currency war”China Economics > China Economics Update — Talk of major policy shift toward RMB devaluation overblownEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Greek bailout built on fantasy forecastsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Turkey Current Account (Jun.) & Hungary CPI (Jul.)Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Renewed slide in oil prices not (yet) a game-changerEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Watch — Q2 GDP data to highlight divergence in the region
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Ugandan rate hike adds to African tightening cycleLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Argentina’s primaries put Scioli in the driving seatUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed edging closer to first rate hikeThis article appears in multiple services — MPC still too cautious on productivityLatin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Mexico Consumer Prices (Jul.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Can the Spanish economy keep its place in the sun?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Bank of Japan likely to ease policy in OctoberEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Czech MPC hints at policy staying loose for longerGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth set to recover furtherUK Economics > UK Data Response — MPC Decision, Minutes & Inflation Report (Aug.)
Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Crisis deepens in BrazilEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Emerging Market Consumer Snapshot (Q3 2015)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Kenya: Rate hold does not signify end of tightening cycleThis article appears in multiple services — More deflation on the wayThis article appears in multiple services — Markit/CIPS Report on Services (Jul.) & GDP revisionsEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Too soon to call the end of Thailand’s easing cycleEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Romanian MPC sounding increasingly cautiousIndia Economics > India Economics Update — RBI's rate-cutting cycle not over yetAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — Chances of RBA rate cuts fading, but not disappearingJapan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — Q2 contraction to force policymakers’ hand
European Economics > European Economics Update — Massive economic damage means Grexit still likelyUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed more confident, second-quarter rebound confirmedEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Greek bailout on the rocks before it’s begun?Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Brazil slashes its fiscal goalsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russian MPC cuts rates, but ruble concerns come to the foreEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Time to worry about currency weakness?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Economy to recover only slowly from Q2 slumpMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Egypt rate cuts likely to come onto the agendaGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Conditions to stay loose despite looming Fed hikesAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — Pondering potential growth
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — First thoughts on Turkey’s mooted new policy rateUK Economics > MPC Watch — Hawks to break rankEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Markets Monitor — Asian currencies caught up in EM sell-offLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Brazil hikes rates, tightening cycle probably overEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish GDP (Q2, Prov.)India Economics > RBI Watch — New Financial Code risks damaging RBI independenceJapan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — Will population ageing help or derail efforts to boost inflation?Global Markets > Global Markets Update — Fed won’t spark EM sell-off today, but data may add to volatilityUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Jun.)Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — African interest rates begin rise
Australia & New Zealand Economics > RBA Watch — Lower potential growth wouldn’t rule out rate cutsEmerging Markets Economics > Frontier Markets Monthly Wrap — Frontier currencies sufferGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — US Treasuries remain vulnerable to tighter Fed policyGlobal Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — Monetary policy to diverge sharply by the end of 2016European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jun.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed closing in on lift-off, as economy enjoys Q2 reboundEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Weak growth hindering euro-zone’s fiscal progressUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Stronger GDP figures won’t rush the MPCEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Greek deal brings sigh of reliefEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Taiwan-China trade agreements are not a big deal
UK Consumer > UK Consumer Monthly — Outlook for real pay continues to brightenEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — How will Czech policymakers respond to the rising koruna?Latin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Mexico Bi-Weekly Consumer Prices (Jul.)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — South Africa finally begins tightening cycleEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkish central bank keeps rates on hold, but hikes on horizonJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — New inflation gauges do not alter the outlook for monetary policyIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Activity weak enough to justify another rate cutCanada Economics > Canada Economic Outlook — Economy being dragged down by investment slumpEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Chart Book — EM rate cutting cycle nearing an endChina Economics > China Activity Monitor — Economy was gaining momentum at end of Q2
European Economics > European Economics Update — Is Greece’s bailout bad for the euro?UK Economics > UK Data Response — MPC Minutes (Jul.)Africa Economics > Africa Data Response — South Africa Consumer Prices (Jun.)Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — Australia Consumer Prices (Q2)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Drought adds to Thailand’s economic headwindsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Will the Greek economy ever return to normal?US Economics > US Fed Watch — September lift-off looking increasingly like a done dealEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Hungarian MPC ends easing cycle, pledges loose policyUS Economics > US Chart Book — June data mixed, but Q2 GDP growth around 2.8%Canada Economics > Canada Chart Book — Oil price shock part II