This is the list of the latest economic events that took place. Thus, binary option traders could consider them in their binary analysis on which binary markets to invest.
- EU talks up Spanish banks package, markets skeptical.
- China’s Import Growth Misses Estimates For June.
- The monkeyhammering continues: Paulson Disadvantage Minus Fund down 7.9% in June, down 16% in 2012.
- Draghi pledges further action if needed.
- JPMorgan Silence on Risk Model Spurs Calls for Disclosure.
- Norway’s Statoil to restart production after govt stops strike.
- Top Fed officials set table for more easing.
- Euro-Split Case Drives Danish Krone Appeal in Binary Bet.
- Europe Automakers Brace for No Recovery From Crisis.
- Boeing’s Air-Show Revival Leaves Airbus Nursing Neo Hangover.
- Libor Woes Threaten to Turn Companies Off Syndicated Loans.
On the European front, these are the most recent economic developments:
- UK Total Trade Balance (GBP/Mln) -£2717 – higher than expected.
- Sweden Industrial Production s.a. (M/M Y/Y) 3.5%/-2.3% – higher than expected.
- Sweden Industrial Orders n.s.a. (M/M Y/Y) 4.5%/-3.3% – higher than expected.
- Netherlands Industrial Sales n.s.a. Y/Y -3.7%. Previous 0.8%. Revised 1.2%.
- France Manufacturing Production (M/M Y/Y) -1.0%/-4.3% – lower than expected.
- France Industrial Production (M/M Y/Y) -1.9%/-3.5% – lower than expected.
- Italy Industrial Production (M/M Y/Y) 0.8%sa/-6.8%nsa –higher than expected.
- Czech Republic International Reserves (USD) 39.2B. Previous 39.4B. Revised 39.2B.
Sources: Bloomberg, Reuters, FT