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    European Economics Preview: German Ifo Business Confidence Forecast To Fall

    Business confidence from Germany and retail sales from the U.K. are the major reports due on Friday.
    At 2.00 am ET, the Federal Statistical Office is set to release German producer prices for March. Producer price inflation is seen easing to 3.1 percent in March from 3.2 percent in February. On a monthly basis, producer price inflation is seen at 0.4 percent.
    Dutch consumer spending and consumer confidence are due from Statistics Netherlands at 3.30 am ET.
    The Munich-based Ifo institute is slated to publish German business confidence survey results at 4.00 am ET. The business sentiment index is seen easing to 109.5 in April from 109.8 a month ago. The current assessment index is expected to fall to 117.
    Half an hour later, U.K. retail sales figures are due. Economists forecast retail sales to rise 0.4 percent month-on-month in March after easing 0.8 percent in February.
    Poland's net consumer price inflation data is due at 8.00 am ET. Annual inflation is seen falling to 2.5 percent in March from 2.6 percent in February.

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    European Economics Preview: Eurozone PMI Data Due

    Flash results of Purchasing Managers' survey from major Eurozone economies are due on Monday.
    At 2.45 am ET, the French statistical office Insee is scheduled to publish April business confidence survey results. The index is expected to remain unchanged at 96.
    Markit Economics is set to publish Purchasing Managers' survey data at 3.00 am ET. The French manufacturing PMI is seen rising to 47.2 in April from 46.7 a month ago. Likewise, the services PMI is forecast to rise to 50.2 from 50.1 in March.
    Half an hour later, German flash PMI figures are due. The manufacturing PMI is expected to rise to 48.9 from 48.4 and the services PMI to improve to 52.4 from 52.1.
    At 4.00 am ET, Markit is expected to issue Eurozone flash PMI. The composite PMI is seen rising to 49.3 in April from 49.1 a month ago. In the meantime, Italy's consumer confidence for April is due.
    Eurostat is slated to release Eurozone government debt-GDP data for 2011 at 5.00 am ET.

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    China Leading Index Suggests Continued Slowing Of Economy

    The Conference Board's leading indicator of China's economic activity went on to support continued slowing of the economy, with significant downside risks remaining.
    The Conference Board on Tuesday said that its leading economic index increased 0.8 percent in March to 230.6, slower than 1 percent increase in February and a 2.1 percent increase in January.
    "While the China LEI in March continued to increase and its six-month growth rate remained steady, this month's reading supports a continued slowing of the economy," Conference Board's resident economist Andrew Polk said.
    According to the economist, the volatility among leading indicators points to significant downside risks. Meanwhile, the diffusion index, which measures the balance among the rising and falling index components, also showed that risks are tilted towards the downside, highlighting the increasing fragility of China's economy, Polk said. The coincident economic index, which measures current economic activity, increased 0.6 percent in March to 219.1, following a 4 percent increase in February and a 3 percent decrease in January.

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    European Economics Preview: U.K. GDP Data Due

    Quarterly national accounts from the U.K. is the major data that is set to dominate the scene on Wednesday.
    Spain's statistical office INE is set to publish producer prices for March. Producer prices had increased 3.4 percent year-on-year in February.
    At 4.00 am ET, the European Central Bank is scheduled to release bank lending survey results. In the meantime, Norges Bank's first quarter bank lending survey data is due.
    Poland's retail sales and unemployment reports are also due at 4.00 am ET. The jobless rate is seen falling to 13.4 percent in March from 13.5 percent in February. Retail sales growth is expected to drop to 10.5 percent from 13.7 percent a month ago.
    The Office for National Statistics is scheduled to release quarterly national accounts for the first quarter. Economists forecast the U.K. economy to expand 0.1 percent sequentially after contracting 0.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011.
    In the meantime, the U.K. index of services for three months ended February is due. Services output is expected to rise 0.5 percent from the prior three months.
    At 5.30 am ET, Germany's long-term debt auction results are due. The government aims to raise EUR 3 billion from the issue of bonds maturing on July 2044.
    The Confederation of British Industry is scheduled to release Industrial Trends survey data at 6.00 am ET. The order book balance is seen at -6 percent in April compared to -8 percent in March.

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    European Economics Preview: Eurozone Economic Sentiment Due

    Economic sentiment data from Eurozone is the major report on tap for Thursday, an otherwise light day for European economic news.
    Consumer confidence survey results from Statistics Finland is expected at 2 am ET.
    At 3.15 am ET, Sweden's National Institute of Economic Research is due to release the economic tendency survey report for April. At 3.30 am ET, Swedish producer price figures from Statistics Sweden is slated for release.
    At 4 am ET, Italian business sentiment data is due. Economists expect the sentiment index to remain unchanged in April. The Norwegian Labor and Welfare Organization is also due to announce the unemployment figures for this month at the same time.
    The British Bankers' Association is scheduled to publish mortgage approvals data for the month of March at 4.30 am ET. The number of mortgage approvals are expected to rise to 34,000 during the month.
    Euro area economic sentiment survey results from the European Commission is slated for release at 5 am ET. Economic confidence index is expected to fall only slightly to 94.2 in April from 94.4 in March.
    Italy is auctioning EUR 8.5 billion in six-month treasury bills at around 5 am ET.
    The Confederation of British Industry is due to publish the distributive trades survey at 6 am ET. German preliminary inflation data is expected at around 8 am ET.

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    European Economics Preview: German GfK Consumer Confidence Due

    Consumer confidence survey results from Germany and consumer spending from France are due on Friday.
    At 2.00 am ET, German GfK consumer confidence is due. The forward-looking indicator is forecast to remain unchanged at 5.9 points in May.
    In the meantime, Destatis is slated to publish German import prices for March. Import price inflation is seen slowing to 3.3 percent annually from 3.5 percent in February.
    At 2.45 am ET, the French statistical office Insee is scheduled to release consumer spending and producer price figures. Economists forecast consumer spending to fall 1.9 percent month-on-month in March. At the same time, producer price inflation is expected to drop to 4 percent in March from 4.3 percent in February.
    At 3.00 am ET, a slew of statistical reports are due from Spain. Spain's EU harmonized inflation is seen unchanged at 1.8 percent in April. For the first quarter, the jobless rate is forecast to rise to 23.8 from 22.8 percent in the prior quarter.
    Half an hour later, Statistics Sweden is scheduled to issue retail sales and trade balance for March. Retail sales are expected to drop 0.3 percent month-on-month after rising 1.2 percent a month ago. Economists predict the trade surplus to rise to SEK 7 billion from SEK 5.9 billion in February.
    At 4.00 am ET, Italy's retail sales figures are due. Retail sales are forecast to drop 0.2 percent month-on-month in February after rising 0.7 percent in January. In the meantime, Norway's retail sales data is also due.
    Italy plans to raise a maximum of EUR 6 billion from BTP auction. Results are due at 5.10 am ET.

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    UK House Prices Increase For Second Month

    House prices in the UK rose for a second consecutive month in April led by London, a survey by Hometrack revealed Monday.
    Home prices at national level rose 0.1 percent month-on-month in April after 0.2 percent gain in March, the survey report said. The strongest price gain was reported in London, with a 0.3 percent increase.
    "Conflicting reports over the strength of the economy and renewed fears over the prospects for the Eurozone could over the coming months impact on buyer confidence," said Richard Donnell, director of research at Hometrack. "As a result we expect price rises to flatten out as we move into the summer."
    Meanwhile, the supply of properties rose 4.8 percent in April, faster than a 3.6 percent increase in March.

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    Eastern European Business Climate Index of Foreign Direct Investors Soars in April - Oekb

    The OeKB Central and Eastern European Business Climate index of FDI soared to 24 points from 14 in Jan
    The economic outlook gauge swung 21 points higher to 11 in April from -10 in Jan.
    Russia's business climate gained 13 points to 58 and Romania's doubled to 28, while Ukraine's reading fell eight points to 26 amid continued political tension.
    Hungary was in negative territory even as its business climate improved to -9 from -31.
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    European Political Situation Drags Japanese Equities and Yields Lower

    Results of Greek and French elections fuelled suspicion about EU's ability to implement tough austerity and dragged Japanese markets down by 266 pts of 2.80 pct to 9,113.57. Results of US non farm payrolls also added further woes to investors concerned about global growth prospectus. Japanese yields for 10 and 20 yr yields hit their lowest level since October 2010. South Korea's Kospi also shed 1.70 pct at market open on same worries

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    Now Is Not the Time to Abandon Flexible Inflation Policies says Boc's Mark Carney

    Now is not the right time to part with flexible inflation policies* with "low -fo-long" said BoC's Carny to FT
    He said that perusing a policy of temporary higher inflation is an uncertain and extreme response
    He did not mention any C bank* while referring to targeting infaltion
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    "Moving temporarily to a higher inflation target risks un-anchoring inflation expectations and squandering the hard-won gains of entrenched price stability"
    "Higher and more uncertain inflation raises risk premiums and real interest rates, and worsens debt dynamics,"
    "Central banks are most effective when they operate with clear and stable objectives." *
    "The pursuit of temporarily higher inflation could only work if policy were anchored to a new target, such as nominal gross domestic product - total output at market prices, unadjusted for inflation,"
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