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Jun 15, 2012 ||
Anita Liskey ||
Beginning Sunday with the Greek elections, next week will be one full of events that could shape market activity for weeks or even months to come. All eyes are on Greece, but markets will also be watching the Fed meeting next week to see if another round of quantitative easing is coming, and G20 leaders are meeting in Mexico.
A few ideas to consider, and stories to catch up on as we head into an important weekend for financial markets:
Treasury yields are falling, and volatility is up ahead of next week’s economic news.
Tuesday marked the first USDA crop report released during expanded trading hours.
Spain’s borrowing costs hit a new high this week.
OPEC is keeping output steady, which was seen as a compromise between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The best in managed futures were honored this week.
What is China’s middle class spending its money on?
Latin American countries are equipped to weather a global downturn.
Anita Liskey is the managing director of corporate marketing and communications at CME Group.
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