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EUROZONE ISSUANCE

EGB Supply for W/C Jul 26

USDCAD TECHS

Pullback Considered Corrective

US TSYS SUMMARY

What a Short, Strange Trip It's Been

GLOBAL POLITICAL RISK

Pfizer, Moderna Jabs Retain High Trust; AZ, Sputnik Lower

AUDUSD TECHS

Trend Indicators Remain Bearish

US VIEW
US VIEW: BNP Paribas' chief market economist and head of US economics Paul
Mortimer-Lee said the Sept. 20th "FOMC statement and Janet Yellen's speech look
to signal an intention to raise rates if inflation does not again surprise on
the downside." 
- He adds "this is an implicit admission that the Fed is behind the curve
otherwise the FOMC would be more sensitive to the data flow than it appears to
be. Yellen's legacy may be a factor."
- He said "given data uncertainty, we are hanging on to our no change call for
rates in December, but anything other than a soft CPI number in September (out
Oct. 13th) will be the end. There is a real risk of the economy going too far
beyond potential ('overheating' in Yellen's terminology) and the result being a
recession as soft landings are tough to achieve."