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European shares are seen opening flat to unchanged Friday behind Asian shares moving upward overnight, as new data suggests the US economy has turned a corner.
New jobs are likely to remain hard to find in the euro zone with the exception of Germany at least during the first half of the year as employers continue to tread carefully, Francois Cabau, an analyst at Barclays Capital, wrote in a research note.
The International Monetary Fund said it has approved 28 billion euros ($36.56 billion) in funding for crisis-hit Greece over the next four years.
The main European markets were expected to open slightly higher Thursday ahead of the expected approval of a 28 billion euro ($36.49 billion) loan for debt-plagued Greece by the International Monetary Fund.
The selling wave that hit the Treasury market this week reflects an improving view of the U.S. economy and could be start of a period of slightly higher interest rates.
Do you believe the economic recovery is real and sustainable? Those are really two questions, and we suppose someone will want to parse our definition of “real.”
The auction of $13 billion in 30-year bonds today could be very telling about the direction of rates in the near term.
Switching to the dollar from the euro would help Greece get out of its crisis and would at the same time be an electoral boost for U.S. President Barack Obama, an analyst with London-based Strategy Economics consultancy group wrote.
The potential relocation of UK insurers away from Britain will turn “from a trickle into a flood,” says one analyst. Craig Scarr, Head of Insurance at accountancy firm Mazars warned that something needs to be done to stem the threat of new European capital rules, known as Solvency II.
The UK government has so far placed the strongest emphasis on what is inaccurately termed “austerity” rather than on “spending,” in order to get the economy back on track.
European shares are seen getting a lift Wednesday after the earlier-than-expected annual bank stress test results in the US saw most of the financial institutions pass, boosting Asian shares overnight.
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Spain’s eye-wateringly high unemployment and the collapse of its real estate market mean that Spain has significantly worse problems than Greece, an analyst told CNBC.com Tuesday.
Banks will face stiff penalties and intense public scrutiny if they fail to live up to the standards of a $25 billion mortgage settlement with state and federal authorities, according to court documents filed as part of the deal Monday in federal court in Washington. The NYT reports.
European shares are called to open higher Tuesday following the final approval for Greece’s 130 billion euros ($172 billion) bailout.
The Fed is expected to hold its firepower for now and will probably not say much new after it meets Tuesday.
The International Monetary Fund will be discussing a third bailout for Greece at its meeting later this week, former first deputy managing director John Lipsky told CNBC Monday.
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