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Indeed, the dollar has gained in recent weeks even as yields on benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasury notes fell to more than three-month lows of 1.42% on Friday. Against a basket of its rivals, the greenback edged higher to 90.5 after rising as much as 0.4% last week, its biggest weekly rise since early May. In the week ended June 8, speculators had ratcheted up net short positions to the highest in nearly three months at $18.35 billion. Caution ahead of the Fed meeting also pushed a Deutsche Bank gauge of implied currency-market volatility to the lowest since February of last year, dropping around 10% since the start of the month. Against the dollar and the euro, the pound weakened as much as 0.2% in early London trading.
Persons: , John Marley, bitcoin, Elon Musk Organizations: Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Treasury, , ., Deutsche Bank, Tesla Inc Locations: London, Britain, COVID
An employee of the Korea Exchange Bank counts one hundred U.S. dollar notes during a photo opportunity at the bank's headquarters in Seoul April 28, 2010. Currency markets settled in tight ranges with implied volatility plumbing to multi-year lows after last week's strong inflation readings and a dovish European Central Bank meeting failed to dislodge currencies from recent trading levels. The dollar index , which measures the greenback against a basket of six currencies, was up 0.1% at 90.427. Last week the index rose 0.4%, its largest weekly change in five weeks. Muted FX moves in recent weeks crushed the Deutsche Bank FX Volatility Index (.DBCVIX) down to 5.6 on Friday, its lowest in nearly 16 months.
Persons: Jo Yong, we'll, Brad Bechtel, Jerome, Powell, Bechtel, John Marley, Sterling, bitcoin, Elon Musk Organizations: Korea Exchange Bank, REUTERS, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, FX, Jefferies, Deutsche Bank, Tesla Inc, Thomson Locations: Seoul, London, Britain, COVID
This backdrop has supported euro zone bond markets in recent days, allowing yields to fall further. Its 10-year bond yield touched 0.74% , its lowest level in almost eight weeks, before steadying around 0.75%. Most 10-year bond yields in the euro area were steady with Tuesday’s two-day meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve providing another reason for subdued trading across markets. Germany’s benchmark 10-year bond yield was flat on the day at -0.27%. “The key point is that new EU bonds will provide investors with a liquid alternative,” said Lidia Treiber, director, research at WisdomTree Asset Management.
Persons: Christine Lagarde, , Antoine Bouvet, Lidia Treiber Organizations: European Central Bank, Politico, ECB, ING, U.S . Federal Reserve, European Union, EU, WisdomTree Asset Management Locations: Italy
S&P 500 futures meanwhile nudged 0.1% higher, with investors apparently viewing Thursday’s above-forecast U.S. inflation data and surging factory prices in China as temporary or manageable. Goldman Sachs economists said concerns that rising inflation will derail the market recovery or lead to sharply higher bond yields were probably misplaced. Speculators’ net long positions in U.S. bond futures hit the highest level since October 2017, U.S. financial watchdog data showed. Many investors expect the Fed to repeat its dovish view at its two-day meeting from Tuesday. Bitcoin held on to weekend gains, when Elon Musk flagged Tesla’s possible resumption of transactions using the token.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, ” John Woolfitt, Treasuries, , Akira Takei, Bitcoin Organizations: U.S . Federal, Atlantic Capital, Asset Management, Nikkei, European Central Bank, Elon Musk Locations: TOKYO, U.S, COVID, China, London, , Asia, Hong Kong, Australia, Pacific, Japan, Xinjiang
Dovish ECB keeps Italy bond yields at lowest in almost 8 weeks
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Dhara Ranasinghe | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
This backdrop has supported euro zone bond markets in recent days, allowing yields to fall further. Its 10-year bond yield touched 0.74% in early Monday trade , its lowest level in almost eight weeks. The closely-watched gap between Italian and German 10-year bond yields was at 102 basis points on Monday. Most 10-year bond yields were steady but holding near recent lows -- Germany’s benchmark 10-year bond yield was at -0.28%, about 1 bps off multi-week lows hit on Friday. Most analysts expect the EU to kick off with a 10-year bond with a volume in the region of 11 billion euros.
Persons: Christine Lagarde, Rainer Guntermann, “ BTPs, , Dhara Ranasinghe, Emelia Sithole Organizations: European Central Bank, Politico, ECB, Bank of Italy, European Union, EU Locations: Italy, 90bp
(Reuters) -European shares hit a record high on Monday as investors bet on global central banks sticking to an accommodative stance on monetary policy even as the post-pandemic economic recovery gathers pace. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, June 11, 2021. REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 was up 0.3% after ending Friday with its fourth consecutive weekly gain. “If central banks start to lay out a path that involves a withdrawal of stimulus, markets could get spooked. British outsourcer Serco Group jumped 3.8% after raising its 2021 profit outlook on expectations of stronger demand for its COVID-19 services.
Persons: Germany’s DAX, , Michael Hewson, Christine Lagarde Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Staff, European Central Bank, U.S, , CMC, Serco, Philips Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, U.S . Federal
Recovery bets also boosted oil to May 2019 highs as investors apparently view Thursday’s above-forecast U.S. inflation data and surging factory prices in China as temporary or manageable. Goldman Sachs economists said concerns that rising inflation will derail the market recovery or lead to sharply higher bond yields were probably misplaced. “The bond market continues to show a vote of confidence in the Fed remaining patient and lower for longer. The stock market is similarly emboldened and hovering around all-time highs,” said Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer at Independent Advisor Alliance in Charlotte, North Carolina. Many investors expect the Fed to repeat its dovish view at its two-day meeting from Tuesday.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, , Chris Zaccarelli, Bitcoin, VIX Organizations: Reuters, U.S . Federal, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Fed, Independent, Nikkei, European Central Bank, Elon Musk Locations: U.S, Europe, COVID, China, Charlotte , North Carolina, Asia, Hong Kong, Australia, Pacific, Japan, Xinjiang
World stocks near record high as investors await dovish Fed act
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Hideyuki Sano | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonGlobal shares held firm near record highs on Monday while U.S. bond yields flirted with three-month lows as investors expect the Federal Reserve to stick to its dovish mantra later this week. The MSCI all-country world equity index (.MIWD00000PUS), the U.S. S&P 500 (.SPX) and the pan-regional STOXX Europe 600 index (.STOXX) all closed at record highs on Friday. Many investors expect the Fed to repeat its dovish view at its two-day meeting from Tuesday. "There will probably be no surprise from the Fed this week," said Mitsubishi UFJ's Fujito. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures added 0.2% to $71.05 per barrel, near their highest since October 2018.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Norihiro Fujito, Mitsubishi UFJ, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, Treasuries, Akira Takei, Boris Johnson's, Johnson Organizations: Nikkei, REUTERS, Hoon Global, Federal Reserve, Japan's Nikkei, U.S . Federal Reserve, Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities, Asset Management, European Central Bank, British, Brent, . West Texas, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Asia, Pacific, China, Hong Kong, Australia, U.S, Europe, India
Stocks wait at record peaks for Fed; oil marches higher
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Hideyuki Sano | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
Japan's Nikkei (.N225) rose 0.7% while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) was down 0.2%. The MSCI world equity index (.MIWD00000PUS), the U.S. S&P 500 (.SPX) and the pan-regional STOXX Europe 600 index (.STOXX) all closed at record highs on Friday. "Yes, PPIs are racing higher, but will that be reflected in higher consumer goods prices from China? Certainly, that's what the U.S. bond market is saying to us." Speculators are also building up long positions in U.S. debt, with their net long positions in U.S. bond futures hitting the highest level since October 2017 , U.S. financial watchdog data showed.
Persons: Athit, Jeffrey Halley, Treasuries, Akira Takei, Norihiro Fujito, Mitsubishi UFJ, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, Boris Johnson's, Johnson, Bitcoin Organizations: REUTERS, Federal Reserve, Japan's Nikkei, U.S . Federal Reserve, Oil, Asset Management, Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities, European Central Bank, British, Brent, Elon Musk, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Asia, Pacific, China, Hong Kong, Australia, U.S, Europe
Euro zone at a turning point but too early to debate end of ECB help: Lagarde
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The euro zone economy is at a turning point but its recovery must be firm and sustainable before the European Central Bank can debate clawing back emergency support, ECB President Christine Lagarde told Politico in an interview. "I am not suggesting that the pandemic emergency purchase programme (PEPP) is going to stop on 31 March," Lagarde was quoted on Monday as saying. "We have plenty of flexibility, but in terms of economic outlook we are heading in the right direction. Economists expect the ECB to start discussing the end of PEPP at their September meeting and the vast majority of ECB watchers polled by Reuters do not expect PEPP to be enlarged and extended again. "We are at a turning point where, bearing in mind alternative (virus) variants, we are on that recovery path, heading firmly towards a return to the pre-COVID-19 level," Lagarde added.
Persons: Christine Lagarde, Lagarde Organizations: European Central Bank, Politico, ECB, Reuters, Thomson Locations: PEPP
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonWorld stocks climbed another peak on Monday, while U.S. bond yields were near three-month lows as worries of rising inflation abated and investors anticipated the U.S. Federal Reserve sticking to its dovish course this week. S&P 500 futures meanwhile nudged 0.1% higher, with investors apparently viewing Thursday's above-forecast U.S. inflation data and surging factory prices in China as temporary or manageable. Goldman Sachs economists said concerns that rising inflation will derail the market recovery or lead to sharply higher bond yields were probably misplaced. Speculators' net long positions in U.S. bond futures hit the highest level since October 2017 , U.S. financial watchdog data showed. Many investors expect the Fed to repeat its dovish view at its two-day meeting from Tuesday.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Goldman Sachs, John Woolfitt, Treasuries, Akira Takei, Bitcoin Organizations: Nikkei, REUTERS, U.S . Federal, Atlantic Capital, Asset Management, Japan's Nikkei, European Central Bank, Elon Musk, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, U.S, COVID, China, London, Asia, Hong Kong, Australia, Pacific, Xinjiang
The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, June 11, 2021. REUTERS/StaffWorld stocks climbed another peak on Monday, while U.S. bond yields were near three-month lows as worries of rising inflation abated and investors anticipated the U.S. Federal Reserve sticking to its dovish course this week. S&P 500 futures meanwhile nudged 0.1% higher, with investors apparently viewing Thursday's above-forecast U.S. inflation data and surging factory prices in China as temporary or manageable. Goldman Sachs economists said concerns that rising inflation will derail the market recovery or lead to sharply higher bond yields were probably misplaced. Many investors expect the Fed to repeat its dovish view at its two-day meeting from Tuesday.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, John Woolfitt, Treasuries, Akira Takei, Paul Donovan, Brexit, Donovan, Bitcoin Organizations: REUTERS, Staff, U.S . Federal, Atlantic Capital, Asset Management, UBS Global Wealth Management, Markets, Japan's Nikkei, European Central Bank, Elon Musk, Thomson Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, U.S, COVID, China, London, Asia, Hong Kong, Australia, Pacific, Japan, Xinjiang
The pan-regional STOXX Europe 600 index rose 0.7% to a record close, posting its sixth straight session of gains and best weekly performance at 1.1% since early May. “There is a concern that eventually you could get some migration out of stocks into bonds,” Meckler said. Benchmark German 10-year bonds fell 3 basis points to -0.28% and were set for their best week of the year. The dollar index rose 0.54%, with the euro fell 0.55% to $1.2102. Oil prices rose to multi-year highs, heading for a third straight week of gains on the improved outlook for worldwide demand as rising vaccination rates lead to a lifting of pandemic curbs.
Persons: “ You’ve, , Michael James, Rick Meckler, ” Meckler, , Jeremy Gatto Organizations: European Central Bank, Federal Reserve, Wedbush Securities, Cherry Lane Investments, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Japan, Treasury, Brent Locations: Europe, breakeven, Los Angeles, New Vernon , New Jersey, Asia, Pacific, coronavirus, Unigestion
G7 leaders agreed to keep the money taps open - source
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Guy Faulconbridge | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.65   time to read: +2 min
The International Monetary Fund has repeatedly urged Group of Seven countries and others to continue fiscal support measures. The source said the G7 leaders believed there should be long-term policies for ensuring the health of public finances in the future, echoing the position of their finance ministers who met earlier this month in London. The leaders believed a post-lockdown rise in inflation in many countries would prove temporary, the source said. “There was a bit of discussion on inflation but the feeling was that it was temporary,” the source said. G7 leaders stressed the importance of taking action to reduce unemployment such as retraining and offering support for younger workers, a proposal supported by Canada’s Justin Trudeau, the source said.
Persons: Angela Merkel of, Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, , Biden, Boris Johnson, Italy’s Mario Draghi, Draghi, , Canada’s Justin Trudeau, Johnson Organizations: U.S, British, Monetary Fund, European Central Bank Locations: CARBIS BAY, England, Angela Merkel of Germany, London
UPDATE 1-Sterling slips after record UK GDP fails to impress
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Joice Alves | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Britain’s GDP was a record 27.6% higher than a year earlier when the virus was rampant. But economic output remained 3.7% below its level in February 2020, before the pandemic led to lockdown measures. It was 0.1% higher also versus the euro at 85.76 pence, at a one week high. “UK GDP data release this morning, while strong, did not quite meet market expectations. They “were more about the special relationship between the U.S. and the UK and less about issues related to the N. Ireland protocol,” she said.
Persons: , Jane Foley, Boris Johnson, Sterling, Joe Biden’s, Johnson, Rabobank’s Foley, Biden Organizations: FX, Rabobank, England, European Union, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, U.S Locations: India, Britain, Northern Ireland, U.S, Ireland, Cornwall, England
Britain’s GDP was a record 27.6% higher in April than a year earlier when the virus was rampant. Data also showed an unexpected drop in industrial and construction output in April. Sterling has been under pressure this week after Britain and the European Union failed to agree on solutions to post-Brexit trade problems in Northern Ireland. The row has been dubbed the “sausage war” by British media because it affects the movement of chilled meats. Biden and Johnson met in Cornwall, southwest England, before the start of the G7 Summit on Friday.
Persons: , Jane Foley, Boris Johnson, Sterling, Joe Biden’s, Johnson, Rabobank’s Foley, Biden Organizations: FX, Rabobank, England, European Union, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, U.S Locations: Northern Ireland, India, Britain, U.S, Ireland, Cornwall, England
UPDATE 1-German bonds set for best weekly performance in 2021
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Yoruk Bahceli | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
On Thursday, the European Central Bank maintained an elevated pace of pandemic emergency bond purchases (PEPP) for the third quarter. Bond yields move inversely with prices. The German yield curve, measured by the gap between two and 10-year yields, was at its flattest in nearly two months at 40 bps. Southern European bonds, which outperformed following the ECB session on Thursday, also continued rallying on Friday. Italy’s 10-year yield down nearly 5 bps to 0.76%, pushing the closely watched risk premium over German bonds to a new five-week low 103 bps.
Persons: , Ralf Preusser, Myria Kyriacou, Bond, BTPs, ” Spyros Andreopoulos, Klaas, Robert Holzmann Organizations: BTPs, Southern, ECB, European Central Bank, . Treasury, BNP
U.S. gold futures rose 0.1% to $1,898.40. Data showed U.S. consumer prices rose solidly in May, leading to the biggest annual increase in nearly 13 years, while jobless claims dropped to their lowest in nearly 15 months last week. The dollar index rose 0.1%, reducing gold’s appeal for investors holding other currencies. “The FOMC next week is now likely to be a non-event, and barring a sharp rise in the dollar. Palladium fell 0.2% to $2,770.47, and was on track for a weekly decline.
Persons: Giovanni Staunovo, ” Staunovo, , Jeffrey Halley, Arundhati Sarkar, Elaine Hardcastle Organizations: UBS, Treasury, European Central Bank, OANDA Locations: Bengaluru
Sterling edges lower after record GDP fails to impress
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Joice Alves | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Britain’s GDP was a record 27.6% higher than a year earlier when the virus was rampant. But economic output remained 3.7% below its level in February 2020, before the pandemic led to lockdown measures. Sterling fell 0.1% to 85.97 pence at 0830 GMT and was on course for its worst week versus the single currency since late April. Versus the dollar, it was also down 0.1% to $1.4154, after falling to a one-month low of $1.4071 on Thursday. “UK GDP data release this morning, while strong, did not quite meet market expectations.
Persons: Sterling, , Jane Foley, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Joe Biden’s, Rabobank’s Foley, Biden, Joice Alves, Giles Elgood Organizations: FX, Rabobank, European Union, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, U.S Locations: England, India, Britain, Northern Ireland, U.S, Ireland, Cornwall
CORRECTED-Sterling edges lower after record GDP fails to impress
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Joice Alves | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Britain’s GDP was a record 27.6% higher than a year earlier when the virus was rampant. But economic output remained 3.7% below its level in February 2020, before the pandemic led to lockdown measures. Sterling fell 0.1% to 85.97 pence at 0830 GMT and was on course for its worst week versus the single currency since late April. Versus the dollar, it was also down 0.1% to $1.4154, after falling to a one-month low of $1.4071 on Thursday. “UK GDP data release this morning, while strong, did not quite meet market expectations.
Persons: , Sterling, , Jane Foley, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Joe Biden’s, Rabobank’s Foley, Biden, Joice Alves, Giles Elgood Organizations: FX, Rabobank, European Union, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, U.S Locations: England, India, Britain, Northern Ireland, U.S, Ireland, Cornwall
Euro zone fiscal policy must keep large role for years: ECB's Knot
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.94   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: ECB board member Klaas Knot appears at a Dutch parliamentary hearing in The Hague, Netherlands September 23, 2019 REUTERS/Eva PlevierFRANKFURT (Reuters) - Europe needs new budget rules so government spending can maintain an oversized role for years to come while monetary policy remains constrained, European Central Bank policymaker Klaas Knot said on Friday. Instead simply of reinstating the rules, Knot argued for an overhaul of the Stability and Growth Pact as central banks have limited scope for manoeuvre and fiscal policy is more powerful when rates are at or near their effective lower limit. “As the current low interest rate environment is likely to persist, we need a structurally larger role for fiscal policy in macro-economic stabilization for the foreseeable future,” the head of the Dutch central bank said in a speech. “Fiscal flexibility is needed and has to be an integral feature of the framework, rather than an all-or-nothing button which may, or may not, be pressed in an emergency,” Knot added. The new framework needs to improve coordination of national fiscal policies within euro zone, much like the bloc is doing with the New Generation EU Fund, and must have flexibility beyond automatic stabilizers and emergency measures.
Persons: Klaas, Eva Plevier FRANKFURT, Klaas Knot Organizations: ECB, European Central Bank, New, EU Fund Locations: The Hague, Netherlands, Europe, Dutch
More sustainable euro zone inflation coming: ECB's Knot
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +2 min
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Copious budget spending in the euro zone is finally generating a sustainable rise in inflation but more flexible fiscal rules will be needed for years as monetary policy remains constrained, European Central Bank policymaker Klaas Knot said on Friday. “Now we are in a better position to see a sustainable increase in inflationary pressures,” Knot said in a university lecture. Instead of reverting to old budget rules that could once again overburden the ECB after the pandemic, Knot argued for an overhaul of the Stability and Growth Pact to give governments more flexibility to spend outside crises. “Fiscal flexibility is needed and has to be an integral feature of the framework, rather than an all-or-nothing button which may, or may not, be pressed in an emergency,” Knot added. “We should not be left thinking that this huge stack of public debt that the European Central Bank currently has on its balance sheet will sit there forever,” he added.
Persons: Klaas Knot, Klaas, Eva Plevier, there’s, Organizations: European Central Bank, ECB, New, EU Fund Locations: FRANKFURT, The Hague, Netherlands, Dutch
Column: Virus to virus: pandemic to cyber threat
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Mike Dolan | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
LONDON (Reuters) - A surge in cyber attacks and ransomware hacks since the start of pandemic lockdowns is alarming for a world of finance moving headlong into digital money and remote working longer term. The remote working boom during the pandemic has seen a surge in such cyber raids and disruptions on companies, banks and government bodies. And almost 40% of its members saw cyber risks as a “clear and present danger” to the world economy over the next two years. The scale of this problem is clearly multiplying as fast as the digital world itself - and similarly catalysed by the pandemic. This virus risk may not match the disruption of COVID-19 just yet, but investing in equivalent cyber vaccines may be lucrative nonetheless.
Persons: Kacper, Fitch, , Monsur Hussain, Duncan Innes, Ker, , Mark Haefele Organizations: REUTERS, Colonial Pipeline, Force, North, Economic, Washington’s, Strategic, International Studies, P Global, European Central Bank, UBS Global Wealth, UBS, Reuters Locations: North Korea, China
The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.3% in its sixth straight session of gains and was on course to end the week higher. Miners jumped 1.2%, lifting UK’s commodity-heavy FTSE 100 by 0.6% after data showed Britain’s economic output in April was a record 27.6% larger than a year before. Travel and leisure stocks bounced from the previous session’s drop. Spanish hotel chain Melia rose 0.7% after its chief executive forecast a return to profitability in June after 15 months in the red. Swiss computer peripheral maker Logitech and Germany’s Deutsche Bank fell more than 3% each, becoming the top drags on the STOXX 600.
Persons: “ Price, reinsurer Scor, Covea, Sruthi Shankar, Subhranshu Sahu Organizations: Miners, European Central Bank, ECB, BCA Research, Bank of, Logitech, Germany’s Deutsche Bank Locations: Europe, Swiss, Bengaluru
The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.7% in its sixth straight session of gains and ended the week 1.1% higher, its best weekly performance since early May. Miners jumped 1.9%, lifting UK’s commodity-heavy FTSE 100 by 0.7% after data showed Britain’s economic output in April was a record 27.6% larger than a year before. Travel and leisure stocks bounced from the previous session’s drop. Spanish hotel chain Melia rose 2.0% after its chief executive forecast a return to profitability in June after 15 months in the red. Bank of America’s data showed equity funds saw tiny inflows in the week to Wednesday as investors cut positions in high-growth U.S. stocks while adding some in Europe.
Persons: “ Price, , Michael Hewson, reinsurer Scor, Covea, Sruthi Shankar, Shreyashi Sanyal, Subhranshu Sahu Organizations: Miners, European Central Bank, ECB, BCA Research, British Airways, CMC Markets, London . Bank of Locations: Europe, London ., Bengaluru
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