April 10 - Surprisingly robust trade numbers out of Germany and China ease global growth concerns, but the mood remains muted after Friday's weak U.S. jobs data.
The European trading week kicks off with surprisingly robust trade numbers from the world's two largest -- Germany and China. But Friday's US -- data continues to cost the shadow over markets around the world let's get straight RBC capital markets Adam cold mornings -- out of I've -- what all these trade numbers or is this enough to give the markets the -- -- I suspect that it will fade Britney quickly. In particular the Chinese state Terrell that they. The a liberal try to bounce -- up -- it was a much violence on soft imports that was much stronger exports. And about something markets I think we'll take -- little encouragement from sides -- feelings of so this will fight relatively quickly. I and we got back to primarily. Looking at the shape of the US economy Q2. Which he's not reading our dynamic is going forward I kept the US economy -- to arm continue to support the global economy. I think the risk is that less sun than these generally expected Q1 of course is all about. Substantial and very comprehensive upside surprises and economic data. Our concern is -- there was some -- one off factors not least the weather supporting that in the race case that's. Mom easy even a normal quarter three Q2. Will be seen as disappointing relative to what -- become quite inflated expectations that we worried going into the current quarter are. -- in Europe arms they're giving yields and spine five point 85 point 9% this despite what what's the feeling and in -- in the from behind you is -- going down the same -- No we don't -- I think he's going to bury my and the magnitudes tea. All fought -- different from what we sort earliest stages of the European crisis. I'm I think we will go through periods wet markets stumble. And to wed the crisis appears to be blowing up -- -- Good for us the they'd be really extreme tail risk has been removed and I think. For that reason it's it's and probably unlikely that will say. An outright collapse in the Euro in particular I think it will will drift Lola and the times that that that repulsed -- will be tested. But I did you when looking collapse and our crew. Okay out of many fronts. How to headlines on Reuters that this morning the Bank of Japan kept monetary policy on hold earlier or line is now on a policy meeting at the end of the month. When the -- will give us its long term outlook for inflation the prospect of persistently stagnant prices seen increasing pressure on the bank to take further stimulus measures. And keep an eye out for earnings of Balco related today and the US it's the first company on the Dow two reports that earnings for the march -- I'm portends may not be here for other industrials up kerosene sinking into the red as aluminium prices take a tumble the company shares now down almost fifty cents. On the year. That's not bogus story on -- is this morning Syrian forces showed no signs preparing to meet a cease fire. Deadlines set for midnight tonight local time reports suggest government troops. How stepped up shelling and -- across frontiers in the hours before the UN brokered deal Turkey's deputy foreign minister saying cease fires now boy you. Off to Syrian forces fired on a refugee camp in this country injuring at least five people. Social -- is all of the what people we -- reading a few visas on the back of news -- FaceBook will pay a billion dollars for instant ground photo sharing apps developed out. I would most significant revenue -- just economists. Jack -- found let me show you this one hit -- -- grammatical mound is the type of -- Jack -- gives the deal -- stop but ends his column. With the question so instead Graham is here what I want to know where is again to take casts. I'll leave you. -- this piece Chad good look at a range of facial expressions. Pulled by the US present during the reading of whether while things -- yes today. That is courtesy of the end Lands' End. I'm actually throw voices rises.