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StateofZen Feb 18
Italy is in a recession, again. (Third time this decade) Im avoiding eurozone investing given structural issues.
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Berenice 2h
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Gemma Kim Feb 16
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Al R Feb 20
Jason Roy needs to do something special here
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ForexFlow 18h
Nowotny (hawk); Can't see the need for more liquidity. : There's is a debate in ECB if normalisation should go on.
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Dollarhegemony Feb 19
Replying to @DollarHegemony
FUD at All time High pushes for thru 2020
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mr.charles 15h
Could someone please explain to me, why does the ECB think that an other round of QE will boost the EUzone economy? I think it is clear that new monetary efforts without structural changes (e.g. subsidy system reform) can not help the real economy
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WeCoachCricket 10h
What do we think of The 100 then you lot?
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German Trader 18h
Battle North vs South is on
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Chelton Capital News 22h
The pair picked up a bid in Asia and could find takers in Europe if the Eurozone beat expectations, alleviating recession fears. minutes will likely sound dovish, but the delay in the rate hike has been priced in
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James Hollands 6h
Replying to @bbctms
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Konstantin Gerutski 22h
Europe is back in view on Thursday (GMT): - D.Trump threatens tariffs on European car import - CPI in France (7:45), Germany (7:00) - Markit PMI Mfg, Services & Composite in EU (8:15-9:00) - publishes meeting minutes - ECB's P. speaks
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truong 18h
RT carstenbrzeski: What to watch in today’s minutes: - details of macro assessment - any hints at discussion on bank profitability and new TLTROs
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Tuomas Malinen Feb 19
No, and the should not intervene either. CBs handle liquidity issues and they absolutely cannot be effectively used to fix any structural issues. That's The historical lesson of CB interventions.
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Ryan Belchamber 21h
So Jason Roy's ambition is to play test he has all the talent. Huge risk but get him in to open with burns. No experience in other positions in test line up so can learn the skill to open. Big pressure situation but if they give him time could be genius
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Limit Markets 16h
Nowotny, "Given the slowdown in the economy, there will be a debate as to whether the normalization should continue." should move more quickly in terms of increase in interest rates, in the first place they could make an increase in interest from -0.40% to -0.20%.
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Amir Safar Feb 20
Replying to @AmirS_FX
4) ECB Vice President Guindos has mentioned that a no-deal Brexit would cause a ‘significant shock’ to the Eurozone economy. ZEW economic sentiment data for the Eurozone and Germany came out better than expected yesterday.
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Atractive 18h
Roy Hales Morgan Root Stokes Bairstow Buttler Ali / Dawson (depending on politics) Finn Broad Anderson subs Woakes Curran Rashid Roland-Jones Foakes Wood this is the state of england xi as it heads toward world cup and ashes for me Sport is more than entertainment
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Pierre Abdulahad Feb 19
Heads up!! 's Praet (Dovish) speaking in Berlin on 'Europe between Departure and Frustration' 15:00 GMT
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Brad Wright Feb 18
Grateful the Goulburn and Wollondilly networks allowed me to drop in on an evaluation workshop last Friday and work with the local school leaders. Plenty of hot tips for healthy evaluative habits. Great presentation by Rydr Tracey
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