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    China Intensifies Opposition to Iran Sanctions, Calls for Dialogue to Resolve Issue

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    China's People's Daily stepped up Beijing's opposition to tighter sanctions against Iran, warning that such moves are hurting energy markets and could stifle the global economic recovery.
    Reports come a day after German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Beijing to use its influence to persuade Iran to give up its nuclear weapons programme.
    The commentary reiterated China's stance that dialogue should be used to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue

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    European Economics Preview: German Factory Orders Data Due

    Industrial orders from Germany and Eurozone sentix investor confidence are the major reports due at the start of the week, headlining a light day for the European economic news.
    The Czech statistical office is slated to release industrial and construction output figures at 3.00 am ET. After rising 5.4 percent in November, industrial production is forecast to grow 1.5 percent annually.
    The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders is set to publish U.K. new car registrations data for January at 4.00 am ET. Registrations were down 3.7 percent in December.
    Eurozone sentix investor confidence is due at 4.30 am ET. The confidence index had fallen to -21.1 in January from -24 in December.
    At 6.00 am ET, Germany's Federal Ministry of Economy and Technology is scheduled to issue factory orders for December. Economists forecast industrial orders to grow 1 percent month-on-month after falling 4.8 percent in November. On a yearly basis, a 0.8 percent fall is expected.
    At 9.00 am ET, French T-bill auction is due. The government aims to raise EUR 2.1 billion from 182-day T-bills and EUR 2.2 billion from 364-day bills. Also, it will issue EUR 4.2 billion 91-day bills.

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    European Economics Preview: German Trade, Debt Auction In Focus

    Foreign trade figures from Germany and unemployment data from Switzerland are the major European statistical data due on Wednesday. Further, Germany is set to auction its 5-year Federal Notes today, aiming to raise EUR 4 billion.
    Switzerland's State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) is slated to publish the January unemployment figures at 1.45 am ET.
    At 2 am ET, German trade data is due. The trade balance is forecast to post EUR 13.8 billion surplus in December. Exports are seen declining 1 percent from a month earlier, while a growth of 1 percent is forecast for imports.
    Bank of France is scheduled to release the business sentiment survey results at 2.30 am ET. Economists expects the sentiment indicator to remain unchanged at 96.
    Czech unemployment, Spain industrial production, Hungary foreign trade and Turkey industrial production are due at 3 am ET.
    Interest rate decision from the Central Bank of Iceland is expected at around 4 am ET. Base rate announcement from the National Bank of Poland is also due later in the day.
    Germany is set to hold an auction of its 0.75 percent 5-year Federal Notes or Bobls at 5.30 am ET. The country is aiming to raise EUR 4 billion from the sale of the debt due February 2017.
    The previous tap on the line was on January 11, which was met with strong demand. The yield on the 5-year paper had declined to 0.90 percent and demand was 2.8 times the offer.


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    European Economics Preview: ECB, BoE Rate Decisions On Focus

    Outcome of the monetary policy meetings of the Bank of England and the European Central Bank are the major events that are set to dominate the scene on Thursday.
    At 1.45 am ET, Swiss consumer sentiment is due. Consumer confidence is forecast to improve to -22 in January from -24 in the prior quarter.
    Statistics Netherlands is set to issue January consumer prices at 3.30 am ET. Annual inflation is expected to rise to 2.6 percent from 2.4 percent in December.
    The Office for National Statistics is scheduled to issue U.K. industrial output figures at 4.30 am ET. Industrial output is expected to grow 0.2 percent month-on-month in December, following a 0.7 percent drop in November.
    In the meantime, external trade figures from U.K. are due. The visible trade deficit is seen at GBP 8.6 billion in December compared to GBP 8.64 billion in November.
    The BoE is widely expected to lift the size of quantitative easing by GBP 50 billion to GBP 325 billion. The interest rate is seen unchanged at a record low of 0.50 percent. The announcement is due at 7.00 am ET.
    The European Central Bank is set to announce its decision at 7.45 am ET. Economists widely expect policymakers to maintain the rate at 1.00 percent. ECB President Mario Draghi is set to hold a the regular post-decision press conference at 8.30 am ET.

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    European Economics Preview: German Wholesale Price Data Due

    Wholesale price data from Germany and producer prices from Switzerland are the reports due on Monday, headlining a light day for the European economic news. Further, the German government is set to raise EUR 4 billion from a Bubill auction.
    Over the weekend, Greek lawmakers approved a highly unpopular package of austerity measures, paving the way for its international creditors to release EUR 130 billion in aid to the troubled euro member.
    At 2.00 am ET, the Federal Statistical Office is scheduled to issue German wholesale price figures for January. Wholesale prices had increased 3 percent in December.
    Swiss producer and import prices are due at 3.15 am ET. Producer and import prices are forecast to rise 0.2 percent month-on-month in January after rising 0.3 percent in December. On a yearly basis, it is expected to drop 2.2 percent.
    At 4.00 am ET, the Czech central bank is scheduled to release current account figures. The account is expected to show a deficit of CZK 3.25 billion in December compared to a surplus of CZK 6.61 billion in November.
    The German government is slated to conduct new 6-month Bubill auction at 5.00 am ET, with an aim to raise EUR 4 billion.
    Poland's central bank is set to issue current account figures at 8.00 am ET. The current account deficit is seen at EUR 1.17 billion in December compared to EUR 1.034 billion shortfall in November.

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    European Economics Preview: German ZEW Economic Sentiment Survey Results Due

    Economic sentiment survey results from Germany and inflation figures from the U.K. are the major statistical reports due on Tuesday. In addition, Spain and Italy are expected to step into the debt market after Moody's downgraded their sovereign ratings.
    Hungary's statistical office is scheduled to issue inflation and final industrial output figures. Annual inflation is expected to accelerate to 5 percent in January from 4.1 percent in December.
    At 4.30 am ET, U.K. inflation figures are due. Annual inflation is forecast to slow notably to a 14-month of 3.6 percent in January from 4.2 percent in December.
    As inflation probably remained more than one percentage point above 2 percent for three straight months since Bank of England Governor Mervyn King wrote his last open letter, King is expected to write another letter to Chancellor George Osborne this week.
    In the meantime, Spain is set to auction T-bills maturing in one year and 18 months. The 12-month bill auction is set to raise between EUR 2.5 billion and EUR 3 billion and 18-month bills to collect between EUR 1.5 billion and EUR 2 billion.
    The rating agency Moody's has downgraded Spain, Italy and four other eurozone nations on Monday. Elsewhere, Standard & Poor's lowered its investment-grade credit ratings on 15 Spanish banks, a month after it cut its ratings on Spain.
    The Mannheim based Centre for European Economic Research is scheduled to issue German economic sentiment survey data at 5.00 am ET. The economic confidence is seen improving to -11.8 in February from -21.6 in January.
    In the meantime, Eurostat is scheduled to issue industrial production for the euro area. Economists forecast industrial output to fall 1.2 percent month-on-month in December after rising 0.1 percent in November.
    The Italian government is set to raise between EUR 5 and EUR 7 billion from medium-long term debt auction. At the same time, Greece 13-weeks T-bill auction is also due.

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    European Economics Preview: Eurozone GDP Data Due

    Quarterly national accounts from Eurozone and other major member nations and Inflation Report from the Bank of England are the major reports due on Wednesday, headlining a hectic day for the European economic news.
    At 1.30 am ET, the French statistical office Insee is scheduled to issue fourth quarter GDP data. Economists forecast the economy to shrink 0.2 percent sequentially.
    Half an hour later, German GDP figures are due. The largest Eurozone economy is expected to contract 0.3 percent quarter-on-quarter after expanding 0.5 percent in the third quarter. Annually, the growth is seen slowing to 1.9 percent.
    At 3.00 am ET, a slew of statistical reports are due. GDP figures from Hungary and the Czech Republic and inflation data from Spain are due. Czech GDP is expected to remain flat sequentially in the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, Hungary's economy is expected to grow 0.9 percent annually.
    Italy's statistical office Istat is slated to publish quarterly national accounts at 4.00 am ET. The GDP is estimated to fall 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter after contracting 0.2 percent a quarter ago.
    At 4.30 am ET, the Office for National Statistics is set to release U.K. labor market statistics for January. The claimant count rate is seen unchanged at 5 percent in January. The number of people claiming jobseekers' allowance is forecast to rise 3,000 in January.
    Eurostat is set to issue Eurozone fourth quarter GDP data at 5.00 am ET. The 16-nation currency bloc is forecast to shrink 0.4 percent quarterly, following third quarter's 0.1 percent expansion.
    The Bank of England is scheduled to issue Inflation Report at 5.30 am ET. The publication of the quarterly report will be followed by a press conference. The report will provide more understanding about inflation and output projections and its future course of action on quantitative easing.
    The Portuguese government plans to raise between EUR 2.5 billion and EUR 3 billion from T-bill auction at 5.30 am ET.


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    European Economics Preview: ECB Monthly Bulletin, French Debt Auction Due

    The European Central Bank's monthly bulletin is due today. In addition, France and Spain are set to enter the debt market to raise as much as EUR 14.3 billion.
    At 2.00 am ET, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association, or ACEA is scheduled to issue Europe's new car registration data for January. Registrations were down 6.4 percent in December.
    At 3.00 am ET, the Czech Statistical Office is scheduled to issue consumer price figures for January. Annual inflation is forecast to rise to 3.2 percent from 2.4 percent in December. In the meantime, Turkey's consumer confidence and Spain's final GDP reports are due.
    Half an hour later, Sweden's central bank is set to announce its interest rate decision. Riksbank is expected to cut its repo rate to 1.5 percent from 1.75 percent. At the same time, Sweden's inflation figures are also due. Annual inflation is forecast to remain at 2.3 percent in January.
    The European Central Bank is slated to publish monthly bulletin at 4.00 am ET. Last week, the central bank maintained its record low 1.00 percent interest rate for the second month in a row.
    In the meantime, Italy's trade and Norway's GDP figures are due. Mainland Norway is forecast to grow 0.5 percent sequentially in the fourth quarter after rising 1 percent in the third quarter.
    The Spanish government plans to raise as much as EUR 4 billion in securities maturing in January and July 2015 and October 2019.
    The French government plans to raise a maximum of EUR 8.5 billion in 2-year, 3-year and 5-year bonds. It will also auction index-linked bonds to raise EUR 1.8 billion. The results of the auction are due at 4.50 am ET.
    Moody's on Monday downgraded the rating of Spain and five other Eurozone countries, citing the uncertainty over the euro area's prospects for institutional reform. Moreover, the agency lowered the outlook on the triple-A ratings of France to 'negative'.

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    Research: limited Downside for Usd/cad

    Quotes from RBC Capital Markets:
    -RBC's forecast is for USD/CAD to linger below parity to mid-year, with a trough of 0.98 in Q1.
    -However, short of another distinct and material improvement in market risk sentiment, there are limits to the downside for USD/CAD.
    -Specifically, key commodity prices that are relevant to Canada and CAD highlight that the domestic terms of trade are only marginally improving.

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    Japan Posts Biggest Trade Deficit in Jan, Raises Concerns About Japanís Ability to Finance Its Debt

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    Japan's exports in Jan fell 9.3 pct y/y, slightly less than a 9.5 pct drop expected.
    Exports fell for a 4th straight month, and compared to a 8.0 pct y/y decline in the previous month. Imports rose 9.8 pct y/y in Jan, higher than forecast for a 9.5 pct y/y rise.
    The trade deficit stood at 1475 bln yen, against median market forecast for 1468 bln yen, a 4th straight month of deficit.
    Japan's exports to China fell 20.1 pct y/y, while those to U.S rose 0.6 pct annually.
    Data underlined concerns that a persistent trade gap may undermine the country's ability to finance its debt.

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