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Citibank 1/11: Week Ahead – key data/ events:
#USD: CPI MoM – Citi: 0.6%, median: 0.5%, prior: 0.4%; CPI YoY – Citi: 2.7%, median: 2.5%, prior: 1.7%; PI ex Food, Energy MoM – Citi: 0.2%, median: 0.2%, prior: 0.1%; CPI ex Food, Energy YoY – Citi: 1.6%, median: 1.5%, prior: 1.3%
Citibank 2/11: - Citi analysts expect a solid increase of 0.23%MoM in core CPI in March with upside risk for many components. The team expects March to show the start of price gains for a number of components that have been held down by soft demand.
Citibank 3/11: Retail Sales – Citi: 6.3%, median: 5.4%, prior: -3.0%; Retail Sales ex Auto – Citi: 4.9%, median: 4.8%, prior: -2.7%; Retail Sales ex Auto, Gas – Citi: 4.9%, median: 6.3%, prior: -3.3%; Retail Sales Control Group – Citi: 4.7%, median: 6.9%, prior: -3.5% -
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MUFG 1/7: #NZD: #RBNZ responds to building housing market risks.
Policy developments in New Zealand have attracted market attention overnight after the #RBNZ tightened macro-prudential policy in an attempt to dampen building risks in the domestic housing market.
MUFG 2/7: The #RBNZ has stated that it will reinstate mortgage lending restrictions on 1st March & tighten them further for investors from 1st May.
The re-introduced lending restrictions mean that most owner-occupiers will need a 20% deposit to get a mortgage, while investor
MUFG 3/7: will need 30%. From 1st May, the
required down-payment for investors will rise to 40%.
RBNZ Deputy Governor Geoff Bascand warned that “a growing number of highly indebted borrowers, especially investors, are now financially vulnerable to house price corrections and
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MT GLOBAL MARKETS Momentum Weekly Recap wk35 as of 30Aug19 - thread 1/n

• RiskON (no DJT tariff tweet?)
• Stocks positive
• US stocks still stuck in range w/ elevated VIX level
• CDS indices tighter (except EM)
• EoM window-dressing
• IFO, UoM, NZ ANZ - all weaker
2/n August performances Global Assets

• SPX 0, but volatile indeed
• stocks mostly weaker
• sectors Gold/Silver miners top, Energy/Copper miners neg
• monster rally in most global bonds
• first Gold, then Silver, now Platinum catching up
3/n YTD comparison
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