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The Day at a Glance | September 28 2021

The Top *Republican Senators block democratic bill to fund government and suspend debt ceiling, increase likelihood of a government shutdown in the US. *Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen will appear before Congress and answer questions about a possible default. *Central Bank of China is committed to containing Evergrande`s problems and avoiding a debt crisis.

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The Day at a Glance | September 27 2021

The Top *The economy is close to reaching its target levels for the withdrawal of liquidity to start: Charles Evans, Chicago FED. *China could be hit by a greater negative economic because of less electricity production due to environmental regulations. *Natural gas prices continued to increase at a global level; low inventory levels were reported

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The Day at a Glance | September 24 2021

The Top *Evergrande payment grace period opens a month of uncertainty after it failed to pay its dollar-denominated bonds. *Retail sales receded during July (-0.4% m/m; 9.9% annual) and recovered at a slower than expected rate in Mexico. *The United States House of Representatives speeds up plans to avoid a government shutdown after September 30th.

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The Day at a Glance | September 23 2021

The Top *Inflation in Mexico exceeded estimates during the first half of September and accelerated once again. *Economic activity in Europe slowed down considerably during September. *China tells Evergrande to avoid near-term dollar bond default. *Bank of England is leaning towards moving up a rise in interest rates as it forecasts inflation will exceed 4%

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The Day at a Glance | September 22 2021

The Top *FED will make a decision this afternoon. *US Senate threatens to reject project approved by Representatives, which considers suspending the debt ceiling until Dec. 2022 and financing the government. *The United Kingdom weighs joining US-Mexico-Canada trade pact after not making any progress with a free trade agreement with the United States. *Economic indicators:

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The Day at a Glance | September 21 2021

The Top *OECD revises global inflationary estimates upwards and highlights persistent risks to economic growth. *China Evergrande Group didn’t pay its main lending banks interest payments on Monday. *More members of the ECB acknowledge that inflation could exceed the central bank`s estimates; they are concerned about the risks. *Justin Trudeau is chosen as Canada`s Prime

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The Day at a Glance | September 20 2021

The Top *Concerns among markets increase regarding Chinese authorities not being able to contain the collapse of China Evergrande Group. *Markets expect the FED to announce a gradual withdrawal of the purchasing program until November. *The United States House of Representatives will vote on the debt ceiling this week; the Treasury is pushing to increase

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The Day at a Glance | September 17 2021

The Top *Today, options and futures will expire simultaneously– known as the Quadruple Witching Day; volatility in markets is expected. *Joe Biden continues to seek the approval of his 3.5 trillion family spending and infrastructure program before Congress. *The Central Bank of China injects 90 billion yuan in the money market. *Inflation in the Eurozone

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The Day at a Glance | September 15 2021

The Top *A strong slowdown was confirmed in China`s economy during August due to COVID19 outbreaks. *The Eurozone is recovering at a faster rate than originally expected because of unprecedented fiscal and monetary stimuli: Christine Lagarde, ECB. *Inflation in the United Kingdom increased to its highest level in 9 years (3.2% annual); markets are already

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The Day at a Glance | September 14 2021

The Top *Inflationary pressures become more moderate in the United States. *Without an integral tax reform, the increase in government revenue will not be enough in the presence of increasing spending pressures: CIEP. *China implements quarantine in Xiamen city due to the Delta variant`s spread. *The recovery in employment in Latin-America could be slower given

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