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ING Bank 1/2: with global growth remaining subdued and little prospect of any additional fiscal support we continue to see the risks to US growth being skewed to the downside versus the current 1.9% consensus forecast for 2020 GDP growth.
Citibank 2/2: staying roughly at the same level as in 2019. Citi analysts expect the election year 2021 however to see above-potential growth in Germany especially if more meaningful and effective stimulus materializes via tax cuts.
Bannockburn 1/2: The euro is in about a 10-tick range on both sides of $1.1155 and in the middle of the range seen in the first half of January. There are a little more than two billion euros in options struck between $1.1100 and $1.1110 that expire today and more tomorrow.
Deutsche Bank 1/8: With some major downside risks to the global economy having been avoided, and market concerns over a possible recession diminishing, we believe that global growth will gain speed over the coming months, and even though we already became more bullish in Q4,
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Nordea Bank 1/4: The recent announcement that the Fed will start buying T-bills at an initial pace of 60bn/month has caused enormous confusion among some market participants, for instance as it was described as a QE program comprising 510bn (a monthly pace of 60bn lasting 8.5m).