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EUROPEAN DAYBOOK & OVERNIGHT: Eurozone Industrial Output, Bonds

(Bloomberg) — Euro-area July industrial production report due. Danish Central Bank publishes third-quarter review. Germany, Switzerland to sell bonds. Richemont provides five-month trading update. WHAT TO WATCH:

  • TOP OVERNIGHT NEWS:
    • Seadrill Files Bankruptcy to Shrink Offshore Driller’s Debt Load
    • PR Firm Bell Pottinger Collapses After Racial-Tensions Scandal
    • Malaysia Airlines Agrees to $3.06b Boeing Plane Deal
    • Toyota Says Brexit Drift Could Force Production Shift: Reuters
  • Other News:
    • Europe’s MiFID Overhaul Will Benefit the U.S., CME’s Duffy Says
    • Bombardier Welcomes U.K. Support in Trade Clash With Boeing
    • MUFG Is Said to Pick Amsterdam for Securities Base After Brexit
    • French Unions Fail to Draw Big Crowds Against Macron Reform
  • M&A, ECM SCHEDULED EVENTS:
    • Zodiac, Safran: Zodiac FY
    • Berendsen, Elis: Berendsen delisted
    • Linde, Praxair: Linde presenting at Credit Suisse conf
    • YIT, Lemminkainen: Yit presenting at Kepler conf
    • Vonovia, Conwert: Vonovia presenting at BofAML conf
    • Clariant, Huntsman: Huntsman presenting at KeyBank conf, Clariant presenting at Berenberg conf
    • Earnings/Updates/Roadshow: AMS, ADVA Optical, Galliford Try, Zalando, Groupe Crit, Cimpor, Galliford Try
    • Ex-div: Wartsila
    • Meetings: K&S, Clariant, Corbion, Croda, Evonik, AMS, Bang & Olufsen, EDP, Glaxo, Ferrovial, Aena, Roche, Fresenius
  • IPOs/ADDITIONAL SHARE SALES:
    • Lock-Up Expiring: Prosegur Cash, Siltronic, Snowbird, Hochschild Mining, Scancell, Wizz Air
  • Europe M&A Weekly Agenda: Zodiac, Berendsen, Booker, Linde
  • EU ECM Weekly Agenda: SDX Energy, Galileo Resources, Siltronic

EARNINGS: (All times CET):

  • Richemont (CFR VX) trading update, 7:30am

ECONOMIC DATA (All times CET):

  • 8am: (GE) Aug. CPI EU Harmonized YoY, est. 1.8%, prior 1.8%
  • 9am: (SP) Aug. CPI EU Harmonised YoY, est. 2%, prior 2%
  • 9:30am: (SW) 2Q F GDP QoQ, est. 1.7%, prior 1.7%
  • 10:30am: (UK) Aug. Jobless Claims Change, prior -4,200
  • 10:30am: (UK) July ILO Unemployment Rate 3Mths, est. 4.4%, prior 4.4%
  • 11am: (EC) July Industrial Production SA MoM, est. 0.1%, prior -0.6%
  • 11am: (EC) July Industrial Production WDA YoY, est. 3.3%, prior 2.6%

GOVERNMENT (All times CET):

  • Sept. 10-Sept. 13: (UK) TUC Congress in Brighton
  • Sept. 12-Sept. 13: (PO) Ivory Coast President Visits Portugal
  • 9am: (EC) EU’s Juncker Delivers State of the EU Speech in Strasbourg

CENTRAL BANKS (All times CET):

  • 10:30am: (DE) Danish Central Bank Publishes 3Q Review, Hosts 10:30am Presser
  • 4:30pm: (SW) Riksbank’s Ohlsson Gives Speech in London
  • 7pm: (EC) ECB Executive Board member Praet speaks in Frankfurt

BOND SALES/PURCHASES (All times CET):

  • For corporate bonds, see New Issue Monitor
  • 10:20am: Denmark to Sell 167-Day Bills
  • 10:20am: Denmark to Sell 77-Day Bills
  • 11am: Italy to Sell Up to EU2.5b 0.35% 2020 Bonds
  • 11am: Greece to Sell EU1.0b 91-Day Bills
  • 11am: Italy to Sell Up to EU4.0b 1.45% 2024 Bonds
  • 11am: Italy to Sell Up to EU1.5b 2.25% 2036 Bonds
  • 11:03am: Sweden to Sell SK10.0b 187-Day Bills
  • 11:15am: Switzerland to Sell 0.5% 2058 Bonds
  • 11:15am: Switzerland to Sell 0.5% 2030 Bonds
  • 11:30am: Germany to Sell EU3.0b 0.5% 2027 Bonds
  • 11:30am: U.K. to Sell GBP2.5b 1.25% 2027 Bonds
  • 11:30am: Portugal to Sell 4.125% 2027 Bonds
  • 12:30pm: Iceland to Sell 181-Day Bills

CORPORATE EVENTS:

  • Annual general meetings: CFR VX
  • Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting: Nothing major scheduled
  • Other Events: WIE AV, ZAL GR
  • Earnings Calls: Nothing major scheduled
  • Sales Results: CFR VX, FHZN SW, GET FP, ZC FP
  • Other/M&A: Nothing major scheduled

CONFERENCES:

  • ACI Hydropower Development Conference: ENGI FP
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Health Care Conference: FRE GR, ROG VX
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Real Estate Conference: VNA GR
  • BBVA Iberian Conference: AENA SM, BBVA SM, BKT SM, EDP PL, ELE SM, ENG SM, FER SM, GALP PL, GAS SM, IBE SM, REE SM, REP SM
  • Berenberg Specialty Chemicals & Food Ingredients Conference: CLN VX
  • Credit Suisse Basic Materials Conference: LIN GR, TKA GR
  • Deutsche Bank Technology Conference: AMS SW, STM IM
  • European Respiratory Society Conference – Abstract Number: OA4673: GSK LN
  • European Respiratory Society Meeting: AZN LN
  • Goldman Sachs Communacopia Conference: PSON LN, VOD LN, WKL NA
  • Kepler Cheuvreux Autumn Conference: MRL SM, NDA SS
  • UBS Best of Switzerland Conference: DUE GR, SOW GR

BLOOMBERG TV SCHEDULE:

  • 7am: Edmund Shing (Global Head of Equity Derivative Strategy) BNP Paribas
  • 11am: Jean Boivin (MD and Head of Economic and Market Research) Blackrock Investment Institute
  • 11:30am: Leslie Vinjamuri (Associate Fellow) Chatham House
  • 11:40am: Neil Atkinson (Head, Oil Industry and Markets Division) IEA
  • 12pm: Ben Emons (Chief Economist) Intellectus Partners

WHAT HAPPENED IN ASIAN MARKETS:

  • MXAP up 0.2% to 163.08
  • MXAPJ down 0.04% to 539.23
  • Nikkei up 0.5% to 19,869.82
  • Topix up 0.6% to 1,637.82
  • Hang Seng Index down 0.5% to 27,841.15
  • Shanghai Composite down 0.2% to 3,373.73
  • Sensex up 0.9% to 32,158.66
  • Australia S&P/ASX 200 up 0.2% to 5,759.90
  • Kospi up 0.1% to 2,367.94

WHAT HAPPENED IN U.S. MARKETS:

  • S&P 500 up 0.3% to 2,496.48
    • 326 stocks gained, 179 fell
    • GPS, RRC, PRGO, CTL, LB gained most
    • 9 of 11 sectors positive
      • Outperformers: Telecom +1.4%, Financials +1.2%, Materials +0.8%, Energy +0.5%, Industrials +0.5%, Consumer Discretionary +0.4%
      • Underperformers: Health Care +0.2%, Consumer Staples +0.1%, Tech +0.1%, Real Estate -1.2%, Utilities -1.8%
  • DJIA up 0.3% to 22,118.86
  • Nasdaq 100 up 0.3% to 5,995.64
  • VIX Index down 1.4% to 10.58
  • S&P 400 up 0.7% to 1,751.25
  • S&P 600 up 0.7% to 853.91
  • Russell 2K up 0.6% to 1,423.46
  • SOX up 0.4% to 1,120.20
  • KBW up 1.6% to 93.51
  • Treasuries:
    • 30-year -0.4bps to 2.7615%
    • 10-year -0.5bps to 2.1567%
    • 2-year -0.6bps to 1.3267%

To contact the reporter on this story: Elena Popina in New York at epopina@bloomberg.net To contact the editors responsible for this story: Celeste Perri at cperri@bloomberg.net James Cone

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