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Equities up on a possible easing of Syria tensions. Slow data week
|Equities up on a possible easing of Syria tensions. Slow data week|
10 September 2013 10:00 gmt
CALENDAR: North America: US: 3-yr, API Energy
- HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: No major data
- Prices in Fixed Income markets have fallen early on Tuesday on hopes that there is the chance of some sort of negotiated settlement to the Syrian situation. Support for a military option in the U.S. continues to fall and the Administration has been looking for an out and might now have one.
- Equity markets were broadly higher in the Far East and are initially higher in Europe and this is a weight on bonds which had benefited from flight to safety demand.
- We feel most of the Fed Board is looking for any pretext to "taper"asset purchases. Its our view that most feel the time has come to draw the program to an end. The upcoming FOMC (Sept 18) meeting includes a press conference so it would be the ideal chance for Bernanke to explain a policy change.
- This week features few major items, Friday sees key Retail Sales data and September preliminary University of Michigan figs.
- For additional key items and more detail (dates, times, data estimates), be sure to reference our Economic Calendar and see the FOREX FORUM for latest key data and charts as they are released.
||JGB 0.74% -1bp
||Asia Close Higher|
||Bund 1.99% +4bp
||U.S. 2.93% +3bp
||North America: Higher|
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