Weekly Focus: Global growth slowing down

- "The US data release calendar is quite full. Most notable of the US figures will be the retail sales report for June."
- "In the euro area, the German ZEW expectations index will get the most attention. The bank stress tests to be published on 23 July will also attract a lot of attention.
- In the UK, the minutes from the 8 July Monetary Policy meeting at the Bank of England will be released on 21 July."
- "In Asia, the main focus next week will be China, where GDP for Q2 is due to be released."
- "In Japan, focus will be on the Upper House election on 11 July."
- "In Sweden, we are particularly looking forward to delving into the apparent tensions within the Riksbank board."
- "This week the IMF adjusted its forecast for global growth upwards for 2010, but at the same time emphasised that downside risks have increased."
- "Data from the US was mixed, but nevertheless helped to reduce concerns about a sharp decline in US growth."
- "In Europe, ECB president Trichet did not seem concerned about the latest increases in money market rates."
- "Global growth to slow – but by how much?"
- "Prospects of a double-dip scenario?"
DenDanske Weekly Focus 20100709

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