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Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

Dawid Pachucki
  • Dawid Pachucki

Polish sales still weak; infrastructure investment surprises on the up...

A shift in demand towards services and higher prices are likely dragging on retail sales. But infrastructure investment should continue to grow after the planned amendment of the budget

Warren Patterson
  • Warren Patterson

Patterson: Gas prices are soaring. Here's what might bring them down

ING's Head of Commodity Strategy, Warren Patterson, tells us exactly why natural gas prices are at record highs. But he also says there are several potential catalysts which could lead to a downward correction

Antoine Bouvet ... (+2)
  • Antoine Bouvet
  • James Smith

Bank of England: Hawkish hints unlikely as growth headwinds build

The ongoing acceleration in UK inflation, coupled with tighter fiscal policy, is set to weigh on growth over winter. Without more widespread signs of wage growth, the first Bank of England rate hike is likely to come later than markets are currently expecting. We're pencilling in a 15bp move for November 2022

Francesco Pesole ... (+2)
  • Francesco Pesole
  • James Smith

Sweden's Riksbank cements dovish stance with no rate hikes forecast

Despite some excitement around recent inflation data, Sweden's central bank has again signalled it doesn't intend to hike the repo rate in the next three years. With the krona's rate profile likely to remain unattractive in the medium-term, we expect it to lag pro-cyclicals backed by domestic tightening cycles in periods of supportive risk sentiment

Timothy Rahill
  • Timothy Rahill

US Dollar Quantitative Credit Pack

A complete overview of quantitative tables spanning American credit markets compiled after the market close the previous day. Includes details on the performance of sector cash spreads, rating spreads, maturity spreads and individual bond spreads. Current asset swap spreads, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month changes are reported alongside statistical Rich/Cheap flags.

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