Government bonds likely to benefit less from ‘safe haven’ inflows going forward due to worries over valuation and volatility, says DNB Markets
JGBs close higher despite better-than-expected improvement in August trade balance; BoJ meeting eyed
New Zealand’s annual current account deficit narrows in Q2, net international liability position widens
Australian bonds mixed ahead of August employment report amid geopolitical tensions in the Middle East
EM Asian currencies likely to rally further during rest of September, remain susceptible to Fed’s monetary policy stance: Scotiabank
UK gilts surge after August consumer price inflation disappoints investors; BoE’s policy decision in focus
Developments surrounding Brexit do not justify a GBP rally seen since mid-August, keep close eye on options market: Commerzbank
Global Geopolitical Series: EU keeps all options open on Iran with support for JCPoA
Is the United States destined to march alone when countering Iran? That could very well be the case as the European Union is keeping all of its options open by not joining the U.S. crusade against Iran so far and taking steps which are against U.S. actions.
The EU may finally join the Trump wagon in countering Iran but for now, the EU seems to have deemed it wise to keep the deal alive, which could be used as a bargaining chip, as Trump renegotiates a trade agreement with the EU.