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What’s spiking my interest
Grexit will be the talk of the week. This is despite the fact Greece’s economy represents only about half of New South Wales – contagion is the risk.
Into the final hours of the emergency summit and Prime Minster Tsipras has back-to-back meetings with the European Council, ECB and IMF, followed by the EU Commission. There’s talk of a ‘definitive’ solution – will this be more political posturing or a solution that will break the deadlock?
Asia should hear of the plans from 4pm AEST onwards as the summit begins at 8.30pm AEST and the solution will need to be agreed upon by then.
China – Shanghai recorded a 13.3% decline last week. This is its worst weekly lost since 2008. The technical correction is not a concern considering the meteoric rise of Chinese indices over the past six months. It will be an issue if we see a sustained run on and a messy decline.
ASX underperformance is starting to see a gap up – look for support from Asia as the outperformance of China in particular unwinds. US risk, however, could spoil the rise.
The Fed's ‘lift-off’ month is moving and analysts are beginning to shift their expectations back several month, having fully processed the FOMC from last week. September remains the month of choice but December is starting to catch up as the second favourite.
Low-for-longer will positively impact emerging markets (EMs). EMs still hold a massive amount of US-denominated debt. Increases to rates will see these nations facing liquidity issues. Pushing lift-off back several months will postpone liquidity issues. However, even with an extra two or three months, it appears EMs will not be truly ready for increases in US rates.
Australia – low-for-longer is a headache for the central bank and Australian equities.
ASX outperformers of the past year have been USD earners. Share price expectations are built on the idea of a lower AUD increasing revenue repatriation from all nations. It’s a risk to watch.
Ahead of the Australian open
We are currently calling the ASX 200 unchanged from Friday’s close. Greece is clearly playing on investors’ minds as the deadline for a deal now appears imminent. China is the market to be watching in Asia today as a further slide is possible.