Reply To: Traders Market Weekly: Inflation Obsession in Worsening Liquidity


British Prime Minister Truss would not rule out the possibility for widespread blackouts during the winter if her country fails to import enough energy.
Credit Suisse offered to buy back up to $3 bln worth of debt.
The European Central Bank has reportedly told some banks that it expects them to implement dividend and compensation limits due to a fear about a wave of defaults.
Germany’s August Retail Sales -1.3% m/m (expected -1.1%; last 0.7%); -4.3% yr/yr, as expected (last -2.3%). August Industrial Production -0.8% m/m (expected -0.5%; last -0.3%). August Import Price Index 4.3% m/m (expected 2.0%; last 1.4%); 32.7% yr/yr (expected 29.9%; last 28.9%)
U.K.’s September Halifax House Price Index -0.1% m/m (last 0.3%); 9.9% yr/yr (last 11.4%)
France’s August trade deficit EUR15.30 bln (expected deficit of EUR14.80 bln; last deficit of EUR14.80 bln)
Italy’s August Retail Sales -0.4% m/m (last 1.3%); 4.3% yr/yr (last 4.1%)
Swiss September Unemployment Rate 2.1%, as expected (last 2.1%)