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"ccb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Decision is one minute away with Tom Keene and Lisa rabbid Sam Jonathan farrow going into it future as positive about a tenth of 1% on the S&P 500 on the NASDAQ 100 unchanged Euro dollar term. One zero zero one 8 were positive about a tenth of 1%. Pro tip follow John Farrell, the dynamic here that matters is to watch the outlier, which is John, Italy. It'll be interesting to see how Italy paper moves here. And that spread got into this decision about 227 basis points, Lisa, 50 or 75 with 30 seconds away. And whether or not it's going to matter, right? A lot of people saying the consensus is 75. You are seeing a bit of Euro strengthening ahead of this. Can it stick regardless of what the ECB does in the face of some of these energy problems? I'm proud of a news conference as well. We're looking for some forecasts and I think it's important to recognize this. We're all talking about a recession, aren't we? In Europe, it's not there yet. It might be in one now, haven't seen the data yet. Will the ECB actually forecast one in that news conference in 30 minutes? And if they don't, what does it mean for their credibility at a time when everybody else seems to be forecasting one? The second's a wife and that right decision we are looking for 75, most people though think it's a coin toss between 50 basis points or 75 from the CCB. The decision moments away, leaks out seconds late, this is not unusual. There it is. 75 basis points from the ECP. The depot rate goes from zero to 75, the marginal lending facility goes to one 50, the main refinancing rate goes to one 25. So that is a 75 basis point hike from the European Central Bank. The reaction in the market looks like this on Euro dollar. Slightly positive by a tenth of 1% Euro dollar right now. One zero zero one 8. I was talking about the spread between Italy and Germany at the moment. That's about two 27. So Lisa, 50 or 75, it's 75. And the question is going to be what they signal going forward as a lot of people are already pricing in another 75 basis point of rate hikes through the remainder of the year. What does this mean for assets you are seeing a bit of a pop as you said to the Euro. But how much do they buffer this with some recognition of the pain that is being conferred on the Euro region as a result of the higher energy prices, as well as suddenly the fact that negative yields zero rates has absolutely evaporated. The working through the statement we're going to forecast here, looking ahead the ECB staff have significantly revised up their inflation projections and inflation is now expected to average 8.1% in 2022. 5.5% in 2023 and 2.3% in 2024. On the growth outlook, after a rebound of the first half of 22, recent data points were substantial slowdown in Euro area economic growth with the economy expected to stagnate later in the year and in the first quarter of 23. They go on to say very high energy prices are reducing the purchasing power of people's incomes and although supply bottlenecks are using, they're still constraining economic activity in addition. The adverse geopolitical situation, especially Russia's unjustified aggression towards Ukraine is weighing on the confidence of business and consumers. The outlook is reflected in the latest staff projections for economic growth, which have been revised down markedly for the remainder of the current year and throughout 23. I can give you that outlook now. They look for the economy to grow by 3.1% in 2022, 0.9% in 23, 1.9% in 2024. It's a 75 basis point high today. They're not forecasting a recession right now and they expect to raise interest rates again over the next few meetings. They're going to go meeting by mating, but Tom, I think if you get any criticism of the decision today, it might not be on the policy call. It may well be on the forecast because these forecasts are for growth. They are not for a recession as far as I can see. Well, there are forecasts and they're very political as well. Let's remember there's no statement in there on a war in Ukraine, which has a little bit to this because I haven't seen that as well. John, I love the elegance of getting away from data dependency and forward guidance where they just gracefully say there will be a meeting by meeting approach. They do it more elegantly than we do in math centric Washington. And this data is moving quickly. I believe we've got Maria today standing high in Frankfurt. It's been a while, Maria. I typically I'd spend some time welcoming you back, but we've got some news to cover. Go through the headlines for us. Yes, and Jonathan is 75 basis points. It was the obvious choice, but it was not a given because the debate around 75 for 50 basis points have really heated up in the days prior, remember some in the governing council were concerned about the idea of a full blown energy crisis, potentially hiking aggressively in the face of potentially a recession, which they don't refer to here. They talk about stagflation, but nonetheless, to me what it shows is that the hawks have it. It's really the hawks that control the governing council now and they really did feel at this point. There is a window to hike. The European Central Bank credibility is on the line here. You had to take or have to take decisive action here. Maria, who are the hawks besides the obvious bundes bank and the people of Germany. Who joins them this morning? I mean, we've seen this. It's the Dutch. It's also the Austrians. I guess we'll
"ccb" Discussed on Switched On
"High quality credits compared to low quality ones. So Vera has what it's called its climate community and biodiversity or CCB verification. And that actually earmarks the carbon offset projects that have what we call co benefits. So beyond reducing emissions, they will benefit communities or tech biodiversity or improve water filtration or all these different things. So the registries are going to have a big say in this. The other one that I would just mention is the task force on scaling voluntary carbon markets. So that is a group that has been run by Mark Carney as well as some other people for the past couple of years. And what the task force, one of the kind of major pieces of output from it was to create a governance body, and that's going to create things like core carbon principles for the carbon offset markets. To basically determine, you know, if I, as a customer, want to buy a carbon offset, I can guarantee that it's going to meet this level or this threshold of quality, right? It'll meet boxes X, Y, and Z so those core carbon principles in that governance body are going to be really essential and essentially building a carbon market two or carbon offset market two. And that's going to function much more like a traditional commodity market. And of course, if you're a trader or you're an investor, you know, you're seeing dollar signs when you hear that, right? That is a tremendous opportunity for traders and banks to get involved in this space, kind of help boost that liquidity and help suppliers offload their offsets and help all these corporations. And again, maybe one day countries to achieve their climate goals. So on that functioning.
"ccb" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"I'm sorry the family has to lane. Yeah there's two lanes it's it's both parents wanted. That name to be passed both brothers danny. And the pouch and darrell pouch. They both got married. Different wives wanted lane pouch which was their great granddaddy's greg granted lane. They wanted his name to be passed on and they both they couldn't decide. So deigning daryl. Both name their their their first one day to patch was the name. This movie christmas for the what the homeless christmas for the whole of the homeland. Ccb plays denise denise holly if you can believe she is a bipolar cia operative wow Not high and she is in the process of negotiating a a hostage exchange between al qaeda and christmas which is which is why do that. I don't know pouch shows up as as a secondary investigator and convinces her that instead. They should play a party. That's great and also it also stars claire danes. Is this just a take off on the showtime show homeland interesting that they've decided to go that route. That's a pretty dark show. Who is negotiating on behalf of christmas. I believe lane pouch. I thought you. Here's just an investigation. Need these these hollies. Negotiating one conned behalf of ukraine buses. Back i believe that they've stolen christmas. Okay they grinch it grinch and we're negotiating to get it to get it back. I can't wait to see what we give up man a lot there. There's party though to keep us keep saying all right guys again. That is unreleased hallmark. Synopsys again ethically from a journalist perspective. Probably no shouldn't have done that. But i really hope that it forces hallmark to push out the rest of the synopses and this is also always. All i'm saying is if sometime. We are recording this earlier in the week. If at some point during the week they do release the schedule and these titles aren't on their someone's live somebody's lying. Somebody's lying and you need to ask yourself who's more likely to lie to you. The boys heading into season four. We've done a kickoff every year with one hundred percent accurate information.
"ccb" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"ccb" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership
"A better place. You say whatever i say es and this thing and then we just keep going back and forth for like know until this is okay. I'll start so yes you can make the world a better place and you can start with something small right in front of you. I love that you know what. I think that when you're in line at a grocery store just letting somebody else go in front of you be a great way to brighten their day and spread a little optimism without spending the money to pay for their groceries. Yes like just the small things and just even this. This smiling interactions on the street. Like you. just get that hit of dopamine when strangers like you have a good day at just. The little things that can make people stays while brighter. Yes yes and who likes waking up in the morning. Nobody except for jess extra. I didn't lying. I do it in your mouth. Yes and insane. Good morning hello. But sometimes in the morning when there's a cup of coffee that's a good shot of caffeine. The shadow dopamine saying good morning. Yes i think that's a great way. Yes saying good morning and just having a little time to yourself before you open up yourself to the rest of the world for you opened up your inbox for you. Anything get kind of almost like a. I call it like a chiropractor. You just get aligned like. What am i going to do today. And just taking that time for yourself as always helpful in the last one that i've got yes. I think that is absolutely true. I don't have this written down. But i do think yes. Get aligned and pick up chasing the brand as you will feel your role of optimism and humor. I promise you. I don't have any of that. We going on tour you know. I think that we should. I think will sell out of your mind would make it happen. Perfect thank you. So much steve. This has been awesome. Thanks love for being here. Just there's a ton of content in that twenty minutes or so with jess kidding. Ten thousand dollars in fraud bernie stinking made off is hurt uncle. What in the world. I read the book. Listen to the book and still was like choking back as she's telling the story. Because i don't want to interrupt her you've got to pick up her book and if you get a chance to hear speak jump on that as well she is funny. Engaging and most of all authentic throughout more info on connecting the jess is in the show notes below here's my takeaway an action item takeaway. Optimism is not a positively pledge it seeing the bad and linking the thing that is worth it back to the hard situation. Optimism is triggered by purpose. My action item. I need to check my internal dialogue in the morning. What am i feeding myself. And am i taking the opportunity to feed myself before. I'm forced by whatever the world has for me. I need to make sure that. I'm doing that last thing i've got for. You is an invitation to our tex showcase on may thirteenth at miller park in milwaukee wisconsin. We're gonna have twenty different breakout sessions. Two different tracks. One track for the breakout sessions is for. It pros and one is for business. Leaders are to keynote. Speakers are going to bring it. Also josh link. Ner is the founder and ceo of five different tech companies and. We'll we'll be speaking on hacking innovation. The new growth model from the sinister world of hacker. So a new spin on all this hacker stuff and what we can actually learn how it pushes us forward as thought leaders. And if you're more of a sports person we've got you covered there as well berry alvarez. The athletic director for the university of wisconsin madison has the longest head coaching tenure. And the most wins in. Wisconsin badgers football history. He'll be speaking on overcoming adversity and other lessons learned during his legendary career. With the badgers to join us. You can go to. Ccb technology dot com slash tech showcase in sign up. If you found value in this episode. I would ask that you take an extra couple of steps subscribe to the podcast and then review in whatever platform. You're listening to this on. If you'd like to connect with us you can shoot us. An email at impact podcast at technology dot com. Or you can find me on linked in just research steve sheer and send me an invitation to connect and maybe a suggestion on what i can do to help improve the podcast and as always from all of us here at technology. Thanks for listening..
"ccb" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership
"Iran at one time was six fifty. Couldn't even afford it. So now i earn six hundred dollars on this job that i wasn't doing which was a very big deal for us. You know and i know some people are not a lot of money but it really wasn't context and so he was super encouraging he was like Whatever you're doing is working and maybe you should think about doing a little bit more of it. And i was just like okay like it was. I didn't really want to own a business. I don't want to think about a business. But when he was like you're good at this. I was like okay if you think i can like. He was by biggest advocate. And so like okay. Maybe i should try because so far not trying has worked out here. Hey and then so. I don't even know what that looks like. I didn't study the compensation. I wasn't paying attention to these things. But he is a good mind for numbers and sales and you know his financial background so he pulls out the compensation plan and he kind of was like i. I see how this works. Let's let's do this and he helped me get vision for it and that's when we were like okay. Let's give it a shot. Let's try this thing out soon. natan around that time You're at ccb. You're doing sales stuff How how was the job going at that point worked for me was going fantastic Because one of the top sales reps here. And just i generally like. I love going to work every day. in oftentimes like we had the one car so just bike to work. It was really close. Just bike over by comb for lunch and So everything was going really well. She started to canada. Grow the business. Yeah when did it start to feel like it was going to be something where it could turn like. I think not another about ten months after the What happened was he was encouraging me so we started But we kind of got a few hiccups. My dad died in between there. So like you start. Stop because there's a lot of emotional aspects and things happening and you weren't even really wanting to do it so a and we had a six month old you know when we had our four babies so he was still a baby us so you know that's a whole nother type of season babies toddlers basically swallowed whole sometimes with that so i wouldn't say it was a slow star but we were just definitely like let's let's league intentionally dip our toe in But when i taught my first class in march of two thousand fourteen and i came home higher than a kite. Like i was just like. That was the most fun thing i've ever done. At all of these people need essential oils. They were they like hung on my every word. I think i'm good at this and for ham like hill. You can tell them it was like he got his wife back like it was like. I must have lost something in me over these years of hardship that i didn't know i lost and they came back to life. You know. i mean hurt. Her goal was to be a stay at home. Mom like she loved being there and being a part of our kids lives. You know like from birth like toll. Maybe we're going to start to do school at some point..
"ccb" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership
"I was pregnant with our second baby and we didn't even have enough money to afford our apartment that we lived in which was like six fifty a month like we didn't have that money we didn't have any money so i ended up renting a room with a fan with the family. Couple from church and live there pregnant with a baby For like three hundred dollars a month they were so nice and so gracious to us. But it wasn't. It was like i think my i think we both have different Perspectives from that season. But i can have the perspective of i was like left behind broken pregnant while he had to go find where there was work and at that time in our area in racine there was just like no jobs and so we have like ideals because we are college graduates. So you know it's almost like that you think you're guaranteed. I mean such a naive thought now but then we're like we're we went to college. We did the thing so we should have a job. And there just wasn't drops to have so it was like a really depressing time. We were apart. We were know on every kind of assistance offered which was so helpful. But so humbling you know. There's just so humbling to feel like you can provide anything for your kids. I remember going into the grocery store. I was very sick. I had like a head cold a sore throat. And this was before i had some oils and stuff like that. I just didn't know what to do. And i went in. And i want like some maybe throat drops in like a nyquil or something like that was like eleven dollars. Fifty three cents in every credit card. I used was denied and i told the lady i was like i'm going to go out to my car and grab some cash knowing that i don't have cash in my car. I took my baby might pregnant self out and just sat in the car and cried. So it's like. I don't even have money to buy medicine. And was that was low like now is the lowest point in so yes. When ccb came into our life it was like the biggest breath of fresh air because it was a great company it was local and it was steady and it was safe in you know and it was. It was just exactly what we prayed for so such a big deal for us. What held you together your relationship. 'cause our founders. Ccb chris and patty. They're celebrating fifty years of marriage and then being business together I don't know if they ever went through bankruptcy and that kind of thing but you all have Done business together. You've gone through this crazy circumstantial so back then your mental state. What practical stuff. We're you all doing to maintain a relationship a notch. Just completely dissolve..
"ccb" Discussed on Le Courrier du Coeur Podcast
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"ccb" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio
"And he's never given the credit for what he did a saved millions of lives in america so because they couldn't come to america. They went to europe but my main purpose insane. This is that china use that to infect the whole world because one. They knew that they wanted to be on an even basis of bad economy because of the virus because of the pandemic it was just an epidemic then china they created the pandemic which i called planned to because they wanted to infect the world that way everybody would have a bad economy and It is most definitely the second possibility that i read here where they're using this to overtake us today. The second possibility but in china in chinese deceitful culture both both of those are Plausible they don't want to say i didn't know or they did it as a plan infect the whole world to make us all equally endanger s. What i truly believe happened. 'cause i know how the chinese people think these lies from the very top of the chinese communist government have gravely affected how the rest of the world has reacted and prepared for go bid nineteen china's lies and deceit ause nations to delay social distancing which resulted actually in great numbers of infected dead citizens that we have today throughout the world following the deception misinformation. Death began to climb throughout the world because of china not because of donald trump love. Because someone didn't react quickly enough not here but the people who didn't react quickly enough and they did it on purpose. Was the chinese government that lied to the whole world and the world health organization who are who colluded with them in the lie no matter what the world says both of those groups the chinese government the ccb and the who world health organization they colluded together and and basically created the pandemic the plan if we had communist thought there craving power. There are thorn. -tarian quest for world dominance in the to china's love of deception though it may seem benign nice. Smiling faces you though. Eric swallow may love the way bang bang looked. They're evil. Evil intent is for one purpose only in america to overthrow our nation to pass our nation down into become the world's dominant power. They even want to make the dollar no longer. The world currency they wanted to be the aren embi the chinese remembering. That's what they're working at. And i tell you what china is. The best enemy american money could ever pay for and we created them. We created them. And this is what we get in return destruction. This is china in. This is just the beginning of information when you see all of the different things that they're engaged in and how they're trying to destroy people's lives and control everything in the next few weeks. You know what the real war is that we face it.
"ccb" Discussed on KCRW
"Federal unemployment benefit of $300 a week. Also money for schools, vaccine distribution and coronavirus testing. And, uh, where we always ask this, But could this bill actually be the one that passes Congress and be signed by the president? Good question. There are some signs of progress. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin talked on the phone yesterday for a half hour. But there really isn't much time here at any covert relief measure would be folded into a government funding bill, which has to pass by Friday so the government doesn't run out of money. All right, Nancy. Thanks. Reverse logistics. That is capitalism's word for what happens when we say I don't want it. It is how retailers deal with online returns, and we are apparently returning a lot of stuff these days. A new report from the real estate consultant CCB, Ari says retailers are running out of space to put all that stuff We've sent back. Marketplaces and Euler reports more online shopping, which the pandemic has accelerated means more returns, because, well, if you can't try on a dress or test out a gadget before you buy it, it might be going back. Chad on tree at the University of Tennessee says that creates logistical challenges for the companies selling that stuff. Can something be gotten back into the supply chain as fast as if it were at a brick and mortar retail location, he says. A lot of times it can't Some things have to be tested to make sure they still work and even the items that can go back into circulation for sale need to be stored somewhere. So where's that space going to come from? John Morris is head of industrial logistics and retail. It's C B R E, the group that wrote the study. So you might see some retailers aside. Store seven in Chicago land. Is going to be the store that all of the returns go back to, and then we'll process them. From there. He says. Those spaces would likely for now be run by third party logistics companies that already have the staff and systems to take care of that gift you got from your grandma that you're just not into. I mean the Euler for marketplace. Dow as in P and NASDAQ futures are up in the 4th 8/10 percent range with the Dow future up 237 points..
"ccb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Loans for small businesses of federal unemployment benefit of $300 a week. Also money for schools, vaccine distribution and coronavirus testing. And, uh, where we always ask this, but could this will actually be the one that passes Congress and these signed by the question? Good question. There are some signs of progress. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin talked on the phone yesterday for a half hour. But there really isn't much time here at any covert relief measure would be folded into a government funding bill, which has to pass by Friday so the government doesn't run out of money. All right. Marketplace The Nancy Marshall guns or thank you so much. Reverse logistics. That is capitalism's word for what happens when we say I don't want it. It is how retailers deal with online returns, and apparently, we're returning a lot of stuff these days. A new report from the real estate consultant CCB, Ari says retailers are running out of space to put all that stuff We've sent back marketplaces and the Euler reports. More online shopping, which the pandemic has accelerated means more returns, because, well, if you can't try on a dress or test out a gadget before you buy it, it might be going back. Chad on tree at the University of Tennessee says that creates logistical challenges for the companies selling that stuff. Can something be gotten back into the supply chain as fast as if it were at a brick and mortar retail location, he says. A lot of times it can't Some things have to be tested to make sure they still work and even the items that can go back into circulation for sale need to be stored somewhere. So where's that space going to come from? John Morris is head of industrial logistics and retail. It's C B R E, the group that wrote the study. So you might see some retailers aside. Store seven in Chicago Land is going to be the store that all of the returns go back to And then we'll process them. From there. He says. Those spaces would likely for now be run by third party logistics companies that already had the staff and systems to take care of that gift You got from your grandma that you're just not into Made Euler for marketplace. Dow Isn't P and NASDAQ futures are up in the six day 10th percent range, with the Dow futures up 242 points. Marketplace.
"ccb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A record of the S and P. We answer it up six. But he s and P. 510 Day winning streak. Come and ask that 100 look out for that longest winning streak of the year. So far for Big Tech. We pull back just a little bit on NASDAQ futures off by 1/10 of 1%, but there's a number 3 37 100. The S and P 500 already getting to Goldman's year end target with a few weeks to spare, and they're looking for 16% more upside through 21 switch at the border get to another call in the bond market. It comes from Jamie Diamond, reportedly saying he wouldn't touch 10 Year Treasury yields here. With a 10 FT pole. Those comments made yesterday the discussion will continue today. This morning. You're tired by a couple of aces. 100.0 point 9394% looking at what's happening across the continent in Europe on the other side of the Atlantic sub zero on Portuguese 10 year debts which of the board and get to FX, we'll talk about the CB. Frederick do, Chris said a regular guest on this program, pointing out that given what he expects from the C B tomorrow, the European Central Bank next year could by 70% of all the bonds supply that comes from European governments through the entire Year 70%. That's not net supply, either. That numbers much higher in the bond market. You've seen the story. Here's the story for Foreign exchange, Eurodollar, Tom Going into that meeting 1 21 flat tomorrow. I've gotta say the big one, The Christine Lagarde and the Government Council. Turning Japanese. I really think so is really what it sounds like A we go on another year, her and some of the great challenges we see in this time of output gap, which is one of the themes this morning we spent a lot of time on politics this morning. A lot of time on the dynamics of Brexit thing bores having dinner in Brussels. How about the markets? We speak of Mark McCormick of TV Global Head of foreign exchange strategy Mark. I want to take bull sentiment in the equity markets most visible to the public, and I want to bring it right over into the great litmus paper of the system. Which is your world, which is dollar dynamics. When we see bullish sentiment like it is right now, what does that do to foreign exchange and dollar dynamics? So thank you. Yeah, what it absolutely does. This pushes the dollar down so the you know the way that this works is the way the world is, replied pricing reflation. Steeper yield curves, higher commodity prices, Some pick up an emerging markets at least most focused in Asia. A lot of that. What it's doing is pushing the dollar down because what you're kind of seeing is there's expectations that the global economy is going to rebound next year and that, you know, we're gonna kind of move past this covert phase. This is exactly what the dollars pricing and the one thing we've tried to articulate the client is if you have a view on equities, or if you've revealed view on the global yield curve, you also inherently have a risk with the dollar. So what is one giant trade? Driven by the same global dynamics, regardless of how you want to look at across markets. I'm glad that John Farrow talked about the East Sea be coming into this segment talking about how you're seeing. In ongoing push to buy assets there When you talk about the dollar, this is related because you are seeing strength in the euro, and at what point this is the angst that people are talking about one point will the CCB care and John's talked a lot about this. My question is, Can the CCB do anything to change this dynamic, given the pressures on a weaker dollar that go far beyond monetary policy? I think part of what they can do is is stem the rally. The point that we've been trying to articulate is that there's an element here that the global inflation trade is just way too optimistic. A twist relative's house pricing and Growth markets. If you look at mobility and consensus expectations for growth next year, the dollar should be about 2 to 3% higher and global equity. She'd be about four or 5% lower. So there you know, the markets are already way ahead of the optimism that may actually not even be delivered next year, given the complications around vaccines or logistical issues, But for the CB, What they could try to do is at least And the rally and I think markets are already trying to get ahead of that. Since euro has not really been able to add on momentum the last couple of days it seems to be fading as we get to 1 22. But this is very, very close to the melt up that we saw in 2017, which is euro just rallied exponentially in a short period of time, and then it stalled out, and I think a lot of these things is you know, people might say this is cause and effect easy because is basically causing in the euro to stop. I think it's a bunch of factors. Easy be can be a catalyst to basically help. What would be a pinch is positioning induce squeeze. But what is most important is Europe is still not a growth leader and what we've saw on Cove it and what we see over the last six weeks is European mobility data is collapsing in European economic growth indicators of we're tracking also suggests a euro shouldn't really be above 1 20 right now. Tomorrow. Let me ask you. This is a C B Q e d You're a positive or your o negative if they disappoint tomorrow on the size of the package. What does that do to the currency? Yeah, it's a euro rallies if they disappoint. So if we don't get enough liquidity like if they're not seeing using the balance sheet, you know they've tried to talk down the euro if they're not seen using the balance sheet to try toe limit the appreciation in the euro that it's bullish for the euro because it kind of justifies the signals in the momentum that people are trying to trade this on, you know, a weak dollar story. This isn't a positive you're a story. It's a weak dollar story. So In that environment. I do think if he's to be disappoints, it's just kind of a signal that they're willing to accept less inflation in a stronger euro, which would you know kind of reduce some of the credibility in terms of the things that they've been trying to tell the market that matters to them? Absolutely disappointment Higher. Come on. To some degree than you think. Right differentials matter here in the traditional way that if they don't push yields down any further, the euro's got an advantage. I think real rates matter and I think the expectations around balance sheet growth are still important, while the most important factor to me still growth and relative equity momentum, and so you know, we're not seeing your eurozone related equities Match the movements we've seen in us and Asian equity, So you know, we've you know, the eurozone has a strong balance of payments and it's got a current account surplus that insulate sit on. But we've also seen the rally in the euro kind of Reduce the price and gaps. He had looked across normal interest rate channels. But real rates here have collapsed in the U. S. They're just hire everywhere else in the G 10, whether that's right or wrong, But essentially, you know you're not trading the euro is much on rate differentials. But what you're hoping is that if the CCB is willing to use the balance sheet to kind of stand the appreciation Or at least induce more, You know, stimulus than that. That's just negative for the euro, at least in a very short term manner because they're trying to actively push it down Mark you mentioned moments ago, the dreaded phrase the dreaded adverb exponentially, usually that's associated with enjoying losing money. As we go into 2021. How do I play the Speculum FX game not to make money but not to lose money. Yeah, It's a great question. I think if you think about it, there's a couple different themes. I think the global reflation theme is relevant. I do think over time it's moving in the right direction. But our view right now as we move into your rent, and it's just too optimistic, versus all the potential bad things that can happen. I would call this a cognitive dissidence straight. There's a lot of good news. Being priced in. A lot of bad news ignores, so I do think that there's a room for the dollar the weekend, but this would G. 10. This is a stronger again, so I think that's the clear. Take away. Emerging markets. Our AM team really likes the story in China. I mean, also the carry trade. So your long Indonesia your long India. You're short Taiwanese dollar and then to play on the growth impact that comes through on reflation side in Asia your long China versus Taiwan. I think you know you could see the bias here is regionally focused on Asia. But I think you're all you have to think about. This is going to be something that's going to be driven..
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