Sterling jumps after EU negotiator Barnier says Brexit deal is still possible this week

Sterling rose sharply against the dollar Tuesday after optimistic comments on Brexit from EU negotiator Michel Barnier. He added that “any agreement must work for everyone,” saying it is “high time to turn good intentions into a legal text.” Traders have been on edge as the Brexit deadline of Oct. 31 approaches and there’s still no clear agreement for how the U.K. will leave the European Union. Last week, the U.K. and the EU seemingly drew closer when it came to their long-standing differences o


Sterling rose sharply against the dollar Tuesday after optimistic comments on Brexit from EU negotiator Michel Barnier. He added that “any agreement must work for everyone,” saying it is “high time to turn good intentions into a legal text.” Traders have been on edge as the Brexit deadline of Oct. 31 approaches and there’s still no clear agreement for how the U.K. will leave the European Union. Last week, the U.K. and the EU seemingly drew closer when it came to their long-standing differences o
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Sterling jumps after EU negotiator Barnier says Brexit deal is still possible this week

Sterling rose sharply against the dollar Tuesday after optimistic comments on Brexit from EU negotiator Michel Barnier.

“Our team(s) are working hard, and work has just started now today, this work has been intense over the weekend and yesterday, because even if the agreement will be difficult, more and more difficult, to be frank, it is still possible this week,” Barnier told reporters in Luxembourg on Tuesday morning.

He added that “any agreement must work for everyone,” saying it is “high time to turn good intentions into a legal text.”

Traders have been on edge as the Brexit deadline of Oct. 31 approaches and there’s still no clear agreement for how the U.K. will leave the European Union.

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson made fresh proposals earlier this month to overcome differences over the controversial Irish backstop — an insurance policy that is meant to protect the EU’s single market (an economic area with the same rules and standards) without imposing a hard border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Last week, the U.K. and the EU seemingly drew closer when it came to their long-standing differences over the issue when Johnson agreed that there could not be a customs border on the island of Ireland.

Stef Block, the Dutch foreign affairs minister, said at his arrival in Luxembourg Tuesday that the U.K. has taken some steps, “but not enough to guarantee the integrity of the (EU) common market.”

“We still have time to avoid a no deal and we should use this time,” he said.


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US futures point to a slightly higher open

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to a new earnings season. ET, Dow futures rose 55 points, indicating a positive open of more than 57 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher. “I have every expectation if there’s not a deal those tariffs would go in place, but I expect we’ll have a deal,” Mnuchin said Monday. United Airlines and Interactive Brokers will also release earnings after the bell.


U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to a new earnings season. ET, Dow futures rose 55 points, indicating a positive open of more than 57 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher. “I have every expectation if there’s not a deal those tariffs would go in place, but I expect we’ll have a deal,” Mnuchin said Monday. United Airlines and Interactive Brokers will also release earnings after the bell.
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US futures point to a slightly higher open

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as traders look ahead to a new earnings season.

At around 01:40 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 55 points, indicating a positive open of more than 57 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both marginally higher.

Overall, market players are monitoring developments on the trade front. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told CNBC that tariffs will go up in December if there is no deal in place with China.

“I have every expectation if there’s not a deal those tariffs would go in place, but I expect we’ll have a deal,” Mnuchin said Monday.

Furthermore, the U.S. has also decided to stop trade negotiations with Turkey and raised its steel prices to 50%. The decision followed an earlier U.S. announcement to remove all U.S. troops from the northern border of Syria with Turkey.

Investors are also looking ahead to a new earnings season. BlackRock, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo and J.P. Morgan Chase are set to release their latest performance numbers before the bell. United Airlines and Interactive Brokers will also release earnings after the bell.

On the data front, the Empire State manufacturing figures are due to be released at 08:30 a.m. ET.


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As Portugal heads to a new election, a cloud is hanging over its export-led economy

CACILHAS, PORTUGAL – SEPTEMBER 30: Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa meets supporters along Rua Cândido dos Reis as he campaigns ahead of the legislative election. Portugal “is more exposed (to global trade) than before the crisis,” Ana Andrade, analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, told CNBC over the phone Wednesday. Portugal is (now) more integrated in the global trade system,” she said. Portuguese exports accounted for more than 40% of the country’s growth rate in 2018 compared to


CACILHAS, PORTUGAL – SEPTEMBER 30: Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa meets supporters along Rua Cândido dos Reis as he campaigns ahead of the legislative election. Portugal “is more exposed (to global trade) than before the crisis,” Ana Andrade, analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, told CNBC over the phone Wednesday. Portugal is (now) more integrated in the global trade system,” she said. Portuguese exports accounted for more than 40% of the country’s growth rate in 2018 compared to
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As Portugal heads to a new election, a cloud is hanging over its export-led economy

CACILHAS, PORTUGAL – SEPTEMBER 30: Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa meets supporters along Rua Cândido dos Reis as he campaigns ahead of the legislative election.

Economists are questioning how long Portugal’s economic recovery will last with a new political cycle about to begin.

Portugal — often described as somewhat of a success story in the euro zone after embarking on deep austerity measures in the wake of the sovereign debt crisis — has enjoyed growth rates above the region’s average for the last two years. However, its recent economic achievement is largely on the back of higher export levels — something that could become a problem given the ongoing trade disputes worldwide.

Portugal “is more exposed (to global trade) than before the crisis,” Ana Andrade, analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, told CNBC over the phone Wednesday.

“The share of exports has grown. Portugal is (now) more integrated in the global trade system,” she said.

In 2010, one year prior to requesting financial assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the EU, Portugal exported about 37.3 billion euros ($40.88 billion). Since then, exports have increased almost every year, reaching about 58 billion euros in 2018, according to preliminary data. Portuguese exports accounted for more than 40% of the country’s growth rate in 2018 compared to almost 30% in 2010.

“Whilst the Portuguese economy is projected to grow faster than that of the euro zone as a whole, a sharper than expected global and European downturn would expose the persistent underlying macroeconomic imbalances,” Michiel van der Veen, an economist at RaboResearch, said in an email.

His forecasts point to a growth rate of 1.7% in 2019 and 1.2% in 2020. Portugal grew 2.8% in 2017 and 2.1% in 2018.


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Dow set to drop 150 points, continuing its rough start to the fourth quarter amid recession fears

U.S. stock index futures fell sharply on Wednesday as investors worried over the possibility of an economic recession. ET, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures pointed to a drop of 157 points at the open. Tech shares fell in the premarket. The Dow dropped more than 300 points while the S&P 500 slid 1.2%, their biggest one-day drops since Aug. 23. Wall Street’s focus will remain on the economic data on Wednesday as ADP and Moody’s Analytics release their monthly private payrolls report.


U.S. stock index futures fell sharply on Wednesday as investors worried over the possibility of an economic recession. ET, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures pointed to a drop of 157 points at the open. Tech shares fell in the premarket. The Dow dropped more than 300 points while the S&P 500 slid 1.2%, their biggest one-day drops since Aug. 23. Wall Street’s focus will remain on the economic data on Wednesday as ADP and Moody’s Analytics release their monthly private payrolls report.
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Dow set to drop 150 points, continuing its rough start to the fourth quarter amid recession fears

U.S. stock index futures fell sharply on Wednesday as investors worried over the possibility of an economic recession.

Around 7:35 a.m. ET, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures pointed to a drop of 157 points at the open. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures also indicated steep decline.

Tech shares fell in the premarket. Facebook and Amazon dropped 1% and 0.8%, respectively. Netflix lost 0.6% while Alphabet slid 0.7%. Industrial shares such as Caterpillar and Union Pacific pulled back more than 1% each.

Concern around the economy was sparked on Tuesday after the Institute for Supply Management said U.S. manufacturing activity fell last month to its lowest level in more than 10 years.

The weak data sent the major indexes tumbling on Tuesday, the first day of the fourth quarter. The Dow dropped more than 300 points while the S&P 500 slid 1.2%, their biggest one-day drops since Aug. 23. Those losses were enough to wipe out the Dow and S&P 500’s gains for the entire third quarter.

Nicholas Colas, co-founder of DataTrek Research, said the market will “want to see real progress” from the upcoming U.S.-China trade talks after the disappointing data. “Markets will be looking for positive commentary from both sides going into this meeting and tangible steps to an agreement immediately after,” he said in a note.

Chinese and U.S. officials are scheduled to meet in Washington next week. Both sides have been in a trade war since last year that has rattled investor sentiment and economic growth expectations.

Wall Street’s focus will remain on the economic data on Wednesday as ADP and Moody’s Analytics release their monthly private payrolls report. The data is seen by investors as a preview to the government’s monthly jobs report, which will be released Friday at 8:30 a.m. ET.

There are a number of Federal Reserve speeches, including from New York’s Fed President John Williams at 10:50 a.m. ET.


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Italy needs a ‘credible’ plan for its finances, IMF official says

The new Italian government needs a “credible” plan to make the country’s finances more sustainable in the medium term, a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) told CNBC Tuesday. “Whatever Italy does right now it needs to be anchored to a credible medium-term plan for fiscal consolidation,” Poul Thomsen, the head of the IMF’s European department, told CNBC’s “Street Signs” on Tuesday. This is after the previous government in Rome challenged the European fiscal rules, sparking market jit


The new Italian government needs a “credible” plan to make the country’s finances more sustainable in the medium term, a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) told CNBC Tuesday. “Whatever Italy does right now it needs to be anchored to a credible medium-term plan for fiscal consolidation,” Poul Thomsen, the head of the IMF’s European department, told CNBC’s “Street Signs” on Tuesday. This is after the previous government in Rome challenged the European fiscal rules, sparking market jit
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Italy needs a 'credible' plan for its finances, IMF official says

Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (R) poses for selfie photos with construction workers, after the lifting of the first deck (Top L) of Genoa’s new bridge during a ceremony on October 1, 2019 in Genoa.

The new Italian government needs a “credible” plan to make the country’s finances more sustainable in the medium term, a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) told CNBC Tuesday.

The recently-established coalition in Rome, formed by the Five Star Movement (M5S) — which promotes more benefits for citizens — and the Partito Democratico (PD) — a pro-European social democratic party — raised its deficit forecasts for 2020 on Monday. The government foresees a budget deficit of 2.2% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2020, instead of 2.1% of GDP which was a commitment outlined earlier this year.

The structural deficit, which removes growth fluctuations, is set to rise to 1.4% in 2020 from 1.2% this year, according to Reuters.

“Whatever Italy does right now it needs to be anchored to a credible medium-term plan for fiscal consolidation,” Poul Thomsen, the head of the IMF’s European department, told CNBC’s “Street Signs” on Tuesday.

There is a lot of focus on the Italian budget plans for 2020 — due to be sent for oversight in Brussels by October 15. This is after the previous government in Rome challenged the European fiscal rules, sparking market jitters.

Investors and the European Commission, which checks the fiscal plans of the various member states, want to understand if Italy is committed to reducing its massive debt pile. Rome’s public debt stands at about 132% of GDP — the second highest in the euro zone.

Thomsen told CNBC that Italy also needs to address its lack of productivity — a measure of labor market efficiency. “Without solving that, Italy will never solve its fiscal problem.”

Productivity growth has been weak for almost two decades, holding back the overall economic performance of Italy. However, Thomsen said that the new leadership “understands” the issues facing the economy.

“We so far (have) had limited contact with the new government, but what I hear certainly suggests the it understands what the issues are,” he said.


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US futures point to a higher open on Wall Street

U.S. stock index futures were trading higher on Tuesday morning. ET, Dow futures climbed 93 points, indicating a positive open of almost 105 points. Futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were also higher. Wall Street ended higher on Monday on the back of renewed optimism in U.S.-China trade talks. Trade delegations from China and the U.S. are set to resume trade talks next week.


U.S. stock index futures were trading higher on Tuesday morning. ET, Dow futures climbed 93 points, indicating a positive open of almost 105 points. Futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were also higher. Wall Street ended higher on Monday on the back of renewed optimism in U.S.-China trade talks. Trade delegations from China and the U.S. are set to resume trade talks next week.
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US futures point to a higher open on Wall Street

U.S. stock index futures were trading higher on Tuesday morning.

At around 1:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures climbed 93 points, indicating a positive open of almost 105 points. Futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were also higher.

Wall Street ended higher on Monday on the back of renewed optimism in U.S.-China trade talks. A spokeswoman for the U.S. Treasury said the White House “is not contemplating blocking Chinese companies from listing shares on U.S. stock exchanges at this time.” This lifted some earlier fears after reports last week that the U.S. has been looking at restricting U.S. investments in China.

Trade delegations from China and the U.S. are set to resume trade talks next week.

Furthermore, traders are looking to hear from the World Trade Organization. The institution is set to decide on an aircraft subsidies dispute that could allow the U.S. to impose tariffs on Europe.

On the data front, manufacturing PMIs will be released at 09:45 a.m. ET; construction spending figures will be out at 1000 a.m. ET as well as the Dallas Fed services numbers.

On the earnings front, Stich Fix is set to report after the bell.

There are a number of Fed speeches, including St Louis Fed President James Bullard at 09:15 a.m. ET.


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ECB’s Draghi backs France’s calls for further euro integration

In an interview with the Financial Times over the weekend, ECB President Mario Draghi said “what matters is to make the (euro) union stronger” and “in some areas, further integration achieves that goal.” The euro zone is made up of 19 European nations that share the same currency — the euro. “To have a stronger EMU (economic and monetary union), we need a common euro zone budget. Led by the French delegation, European finance ministers agreed to create a common euro zone budget earlier this year


In an interview with the Financial Times over the weekend, ECB President Mario Draghi said “what matters is to make the (euro) union stronger” and “in some areas, further integration achieves that goal.” The euro zone is made up of 19 European nations that share the same currency — the euro. “To have a stronger EMU (economic and monetary union), we need a common euro zone budget. Led by the French delegation, European finance ministers agreed to create a common euro zone budget earlier this year
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ECB's Draghi backs France's calls for further euro integration

Mario Draghi, President of the European central Bank (ECB) attends a news conference on the outcome of the Governing Council meeting at the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, March 7, 2019.

The outgoing president of the European Central Bank (ECB) has called on euro countries to commit to further integration – in what’s a controversial and dividing topic among the 19 nations.

In an interview with the Financial Times over the weekend, ECB President Mario Draghi said “what matters is to make the (euro) union stronger” and “in some areas, further integration achieves that goal.”

The euro zone is made up of 19 European nations that share the same currency — the euro. Their monetary policy is decided by the ECB, which is based in Frankfurt. However, their fiscal policies are decided at the national level – which often creates discrepancies and makes the region more exposed to financial shocks.

While some countries argue that they need to share more when it comes to fiscal policy, other capitals are reluctant to delegate more power to European institutions, fearing to lose control over their economies or having to finance high-indebted nations.

“To have a stronger EMU (economic and monetary union), we need a common euro zone budget. Clearly the political debate on that still has a long way to go. But I am optimistic,” Draghi said, supporting a plan that the French President, Emmanuel Macron, has tried to implement.

Led by the French delegation, European finance ministers agreed to create a common euro zone budget earlier this year. However, details of how it will be financed and how big it will be have yet to be agreed upon. Nonetheless, the compromise that has been achieved between the 19 capitals is far less ambitious than the original proposal from President Macron.

Draghi has often criticized member states for not doing enough to support the euro economy. He said that monetary policy alone cannot lift the moribund growth and inflation levels seen in the region.

He told the FT that more government support “could greatly help” lower the pressure on the central bank.

Draghi ends his eight-year mandate at the ECB on October 31. Christine Lagarde will take over from Draghi on November 1.

Read the full FT story here.


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US-China trade ‘brinkmanship’ has been unnerving to watch, Fed’s Charles Evans says

The U.S. wants China to change its policies on intellectual property, industrial subsidies, market access and forced technology transfers. However, China has denied that is trade practices are unfair and has retaliated with its own levies on U.S. goods. Evans told CNBC’s Annette Weisbach in Frankfurt that the U.S. administration is looking to make big adjustments in trade and intellectual property rights for people doing business in China. “Those are very difficult issues. If they make progress


The U.S. wants China to change its policies on intellectual property, industrial subsidies, market access and forced technology transfers. However, China has denied that is trade practices are unfair and has retaliated with its own levies on U.S. goods. Evans told CNBC’s Annette Weisbach in Frankfurt that the U.S. administration is looking to make big adjustments in trade and intellectual property rights for people doing business in China. “Those are very difficult issues. If they make progress
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US-China trade 'brinkmanship' has been unnerving to watch, Fed's Charles Evans says

China and the United States are trying to resolve “very difficult issues” with their current trade negotiations but any deal could be extremely positive for the economic outlook, Charles Evans, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, told CNBC Monday.

Washington and Beijing have been locked in a trade conflict for nearly two years with tariffs being placed on billions of dollars’ worth of each other’s goods. The U.S. wants China to change its policies on intellectual property, industrial subsidies, market access and forced technology transfers. However, China has denied that is trade practices are unfair and has retaliated with its own levies on U.S. goods.

Evans told CNBC’s Annette Weisbach in Frankfurt that the U.S. administration is looking to make big adjustments in trade and intellectual property rights for people doing business in China.

“Those are very difficult issues. If they make progress on that then that would be extremely positive, but they are using brinkmanship style and so it has been unnerving,” he said.


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Treasury yields rise ahead of new data

U.S. government debt prices fell on Monday as investors monitors trade with China and an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. At around 01:50 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at 1.6801%. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was up at 2.1293.


U.S. government debt prices fell on Monday as investors monitors trade with China and an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. At around 01:50 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at 1.6801%. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was up at 2.1293.
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Treasury yields rise ahead of new data

U.S. government debt prices fell on Monday as investors monitors trade with China and an impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

At around 01:50 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at 1.6801%. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was up at 2.1293.


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