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Weekly Eurozone Watch: Squeezola!

Key Data Points German 10-year Bund yield up 15.7 bps; Italy 12 bps tighter; Spain 47 bps tighter; Portugal 105 tighter; Ireland 20 bps tighter; Greece 176 bps tighter; Spanish banks up 10+ percent; Euro FX up 0.40 percent; (click … Continue reading

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Grexit Would Be Fugly

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Weekly Eurozone Watch

Key Data Points A small bounce on Friday after a tough week; German 10-year closes at 1.427 percent; France 14 bps wider; Italy 39 bps wider; Spain 35 bps wider; Portugal 140 bps wider; Ireland 59 bps wider; Greece 448 … Continue reading

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Weekly Eurozone Watch: No Pain From Spain

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Weekly Eurozone Watch: France Wider Ahead of Election

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Weekly Eurozone Watch

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Tough Day in Euroland

Europe came back from its long Easter weekend and took a nasty spanking. Spain’s sovereign spread over German bunds blew out 26.3 bps and is within 40 bps of its November high, while Italy moved 27.4 bps wider.   The large … Continue reading

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Weekly Eurozone Watch

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Euro banks tap LTRO2

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Capitano Crunch: Europe’s Collapsing Monetary Aggregates

Here are some great pictures from Credit Suisse illustrating what’s happening in the European monetary sector.  The monetary aggregates have been collapsing at a greater pace than 2008/09  as banks have been cutting credit and shrinking their balance sheets to … Continue reading

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