Daily Note – China’s Currency Changes

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  • The end of the fossil fuel era?
  • Oil testing new lows
  • United States: All clear for lift-off
  • China: Activity Data improves in November
  • The Week Ahead: All eyes on the Fed

Good morning,

Good news from Paris this weekend as the UN coalition of nearly 200 nations finally struck a historic climate change agreement, following a failed summit in 2009 in Copenhagen. While some may hail this as the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel era, others are far more sceptical. Have a read here for my thoughts on how the Irish may in fact warm to climate change.

Now, turning to markets and one of the biggest polluters in the world, China!

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GlobalMacro360 Daily Note 14th December 2015

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