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THE EUROPE FX/RATES DAYBOOK: FX/RATES DAYBOOK EUROPE: USD/JPY Falls on N. Korea; ECB in Focus

(Bloomberg) — The dollar falls against the yen, after rising earlier on the U.S. debt ceiling agreement, as persisting concerns over North Korea keep demand for haven assets intact. The euro edges higher but is confined to a narrow trading range ahead of ECB President Draghi’s address following the central bank’s …

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EUROPE DAYBOOK: EUROPEAN DAYBOOK & OVERNIGHT: German Industrial Output, Wendel

(Bloomberg) — Germany July industrial production data due. Wendel scheduled to report earnings. France to sell bonds. WHAT TO WATCH: TOP OVERNIGHT NEWS: U.K. Lawmaker Calls for RBS Report to Be Published After Leak Astra-Amgen Treatment for Severe Asthma Hits Endpoint in Trial Evercore Hires Credit Suisse’s Paliotta to Run Equities …

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FX/RATES DAYBOOK ASIA: Dollar Climbs, Treasuries Fall, By Anna Windemuth

(Bloomberg) —  The dollar gained following a weekend of calming rhetoric between the U.S. and North Korea; Treasuries tumbled. TODAY China money supply, aggregate financing, new Yuan loans; Japan Tokyo condominium sales, industrial production, capacity utilization; RBA rate meeting minutes, Australia ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly consumer confidence, new motor vehicle …

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Core Euro-Area Bonds Under Pressure as Risk Appetite Improves 2017-08-14 07:00:12.541 GMT, By Stephen Spratt

(Bloomberg) — Bund futures slide lower from the open as safe-haven bid begins to retreat after top U.S. national security officials moved to allay fears of any imminent war with North Korea. Weekend risk hedges may be reduced, which may add pressure, while weekly QE data should confirm a slowdown …

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