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    BULLET: GREECE: BNP Paribas say the "ongoing relief" in......

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 03/03/2015

    GREECE: BNP Paribas (BNPQF) say the "ongoing relief" in Greece at the moment is likely to be "temporary" as upcoming payment deadlines in March and Greece's implementation of reforms will take "centre stage." "There was no provision for Greece's funding until the end of April in either February Eurogroup decision. Greece must pay expiring IMF loans, Greek t-bills, and GGB coupons in March and April. E2bn in IMF loans will expire in these two months, with EUR 1.5bn in March alone," BNP say. BNP expect one of the following three solutions to the funding problem to "materialise in the coming weeks." 1) more intra-general-government short-term repos; 2)the early disbursement of EUR 1.9bn of SMP gains; 3) permission to issue additional t-bills that Greek banks will be able to buy using more ECB funding. BNP also add that they think a 3rd bailout programme will be required in the region of between E30bln to E50bln, and will depend on "duration and assumptions around revised macroeconomic data."

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    Hong Kong Shares Edge Toward Seven-Year High

    DJ Business News – 03/02/2015

    After spending months in the shadow of mainland Chinese stocks, Hong Kong shares are shining again. A 5.4% rise so far this year through Monday's close is taking the benchmark Hang Seng Index toward a nearly seven- year high. The Shanghai Composite Index, which reflects the performance of shares trading in mainland China, is lagging, up 3.1% year to date.

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    Asian Shares Mixed

    DJ Business News – 03/02/2015

    China's shares fell Tuesday as worries about a slowing economy trumped enthusiasm for the central bank's latest interest-rate cut, while the Australian dollar climbed against the U.S. dollar after the Australian central bank stood pat on interest rates. The Shanghai Composite was down 0.9% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was nearly flat, as a surprise rate cut by China over the weekend failed to sustain market gains. "The more than 60% rise in the index last summer has left...

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    BULLET: EUROZONE VIEW: BNP Paribas strategists say "ECB QE...

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 02/27/2015

    EUROZONE VIEW: BNP Paribas (BNPQF) strategists say "ECB QE modalities should not provide any major surprise, and we expect bond purchases to start soon after the 5 March policy meeting." They look for ECB staff projections to be revised higher for growth but lower again for inflation, "although we expect the 2017 forecast to exceed 1.5%." BNPP looks for flash EMU February HICP inflation, due out Monday, to rebound to -0.5%, with upside risks, and core inflation to remain stable at 0.6% YoY." MNI's Euro Week Ahead notes on HICP, "Early readings from around the region suggest Monday's estimate may be higher than the -0.4% median in MNI's most recent survey of economists." MNI says "Italy notched a much better-than-expected year-on-year reading of +0.1%, according to preliminary data, while Germany's February inflation gauge was measured at -0.1%, although the domestic CPI measure came in at +0.1%." See the mainwire at 9:35 a.m. ET for details.

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    European Stocks Inch Lower

    DJ Business News – 02/27/2015

    European stocks inched lower Friday, after running up a succession of multiyear highs this week. The Stoxx Europe 600 index was down 0.1% midmorning, having surged 1% to its highest close in more than seven years on Thursday. The rally of the past few days has come as fears surrounding Greece's bailout eased, and investors anticipate the start of the European Central Bank's massive bond-buying stimulus program next month.

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