Can CEEMEA Central Bank QE Ultimately Stem Outflows?
The coronavirus is plunging the world economy into recession, forcing central banks and governments to race to the rescue. Stimulus plans totaling trillions of dollars across major and emerging economies have been crafted to prop up economies forced into lockdown.
US Investment Grade: Looking (Four)Ward
The underlying tone overall for the week was strong with $46.57bln of new issue supply that pushed the month's tally to a solid $209.31bln and the year to date numbers to $998.28bln, arguably a deal or two away from topping the $1trln mark.
The EUR Week - Bias is Bearish
EUR/USD looks set to be governed by swings in risk appetite this week, and subsequently, how much demand the Usd is going to be in. To this, concerning signals in early week trade point to an ongoing buy-Usd dips outlook, with US-China tensions at the crux of price action.