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EURIBOR: It has been a remarkably quiet week in Europe this week with the
Euribor futures strip almost entirely unchanged relative to last Friday's close.
- Euribor futures started the week on the front foot, with moves higher helped
by the release of 2018 German GDP at the lowest level since 2013 and concerns
surrounding the Italian banking sector.
- However, a lack of noteworthy domestic data left Euribor futures at the mercy
of global factors through the second half of the week and the Euribor strip has
reversed its gains, particularly helped by some encouraging stories about
developments surrounding a US-China trade deal (WSJ article on Thursday night
and Bloomberg article on Friday afternoon).

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