Morning Brief – Eurozone Sentiment

Fri 29 Nov 2019

Eurozone Sentiment


Not just a feeling but an index compiled from key services and industry and consumers by the European Commission in yesterday’s November release shows better sentiment well actually less negative sentiment in most cases, across the board. This is against the backdrop of almost flat-either small negative or positive- economic growth across all of Europe. EUR/USD remained flat and on a narrow range yesterday with quieter than usual trading conditions due to the US Thanksgiving Holiday.



Net Migration to the UK


At its lowest level for 6 years as at June 2019 the annual figure was 212,000 which is a closely watched statistic given that immigration is one of the key topics in the General Election currently overshadowing/gripping/transfixing/convulsing the UK depending on what tabloid newspaper you read.



Pussycat Dolls


Breathless fan SGM-FX’s James can barely contain himself with the girls due to appear tomorrow on X Factor which is Top Secret by the way…except that Louis Walsh had not listened (WHAT?) and let it out of the bag earlier this week.

Their best known songs as you will doubtless recall are Stickwitu and Dontcha if you can remember as far back as 2010 when the band split up. Tomorrow, James will have to make do with only 5 out of the 6 Pussycat Dolls as Melody Thornton has declined to appear due to a dispute with Nicole Scherzinger over a share of the lead vocals-Nicole has 95% of them- miaow!




Discussion and Analysis by Humphrey Percy, Chairman and Founder

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