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Daily Market MoversThe following news stories, economic reports, and statistical tables are selected and compiled by founder John F. Gallwas, who has been an active participant in the financial service industry since January of 1958.
MondayR: The euro and European government bond yields slipped on Monday after the bloc’s most powerful leader, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, won a fourth term but faced a fractured parliament as support for the far right surged.
BB: The September German business confidence unexpectedly weakened to 115.2 vs 115.9 in August, in a sign that Europe’s largest economy is struggling to improve on its current brisk pace of expansion.
WS: Japanese Prime Minister Abe called a national election on 10/22/17, betting that voters would rally behind his alignment with President Donald Trump in confronting North Korea.
SundayWS: The Trump administration plans to take aim at the areas of the North American Free Trade Agreement it finds most objectionable as negotiators for the U.S., Canada and Mexico gather Saturday in Ottawa, setting the stage for a contentious third round of talks.
Economic Reports for the Week ending Friday September 29, 2017
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