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    June 15. China again threatens all world trade

    The partial closure of the Yantian terminal at the Chinese port of Shenzhen is putting the entire global container trade at risk. Experts note that the consequences of such a failure could be much more serious than the blocking of the Suez Canal by the ship Ever Given in March this year.

    Recall that the blockage of the Suez Canal affected 55 thousand TEU (a unit of measurement for the capacity of freight vehicles) per day and lasted six days. Problems in Yantian can affect 25.5 thousand TEU per day, and they have been going on for more than two weeks.

    The reason for the closure of the terminal was the outbreak of coronavirus in the Chinese province of Guangdong, where the port is located. In addition to Yantian, problems arose in the nearest terminals Shekou (Shenzhen city) and Nansha (Guangzhou). It is worth noting that these are the third and fifth largest ports in the world.

    A large amount of cargo has already accumulated outside the port, some of which is being redirected to the ports of Nanshu, Shekou and Hong Kong, but their capacity is no longer enough. Complicating the situation is the fact that customs requirements differ in Chinese ports, which also limits the possibility of redirecting cargo flows.


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    June 16. The Netherlands intends to create a hydrogen exchange

    The Netherlands, home to one of the world's premier natural gas trading hubs, TTF, is planning a hydrogen exchange. The project has already been named HyXchange.

    The national gas company Gasunie conducted some studies, according to which it became clear that certification is required for the practical organization of a hydrogen exchange, as well as the creation of a spot market (at the very beginning of the simulation), a price index, mechanisms for balancing physical volumes and storing hydrogen.

    The hydrogen price index is supposed to take into account the method of its production and the degree of the achieved reduction of CO2 emissions.

    The initiators of the initiative, represented by Gasunie, the country's port authorities and market participants, are confident that the H2 exchange can serve as a catalyst for the development of the climate-neutral hydrogen market. Experts see the transportation of hydrogen from different production methods (both green and other low-carbon H2) in the same network, as is the case with electricity or gas. At the same time, its added value for consumers will be preserved thanks to certification.
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    June 17. Investors prepare for volatility amid expectations of stimulus collapse

    The Federal Reserve is starting to talk about curtailing super-soft monetary policy, which may cause high volatility in the near future.

    The first increase in the Fed's interest rate is possible in 2023, and not in 2024, as previously predicted. Moreover, the regulator has begun debates about when and how it would be appropriate to start scrapping the massive $120 billion a month bond buying program.

    Previously, it was planned that the program will continue until significant progress is made in the recovery of the labor market and in bringing inflation closer to the target level of 2%. And according to forecasts, inflation will well exceed the regulator's target, accelerating to 3.5% this year.

    The question of when exactly the Fed will roll back stimulus has had a huge impact on financial markets: stocks have declined, the dollar has jumped to two-month highs, and the yield on 10-year Treasury bonds has surged.

    Experts note that the current situation is reminiscent of 2013, when the Fed unexpectedly for everyone put forward the idea of ​​gradually winding up the quantitative easing program. Bond yields rose sharply then, and the underlying 10-year yield jumped from an approximate 2% in May to 3% in early September.
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    June 18. European stock exchanges decline on Friday

    On Friday morning, the major stock indexes in Europe showed a decline after the comments of the US Federal system on monetary policy.

    In particular, the British FTSE 100 index fell by 0.8%, to 7096.04 points, the French CAC 40 by 0.04%, to 6662.86 points, and the German DAX fell by 0.43%, to 15659.65.

    Investors continue to assess the situation in the markets and analyze the comments of the US Federal Reserve. According to the head of the Fed J. Powell, the key rate may be raised by 2023, which means a decrease in the flow of liquidity to the markets. Prior to that, the rate hike was not expected until 2024.

    In addition, retail sales in the UK in May rose 24.6% on an annualized basis. At the same time, analysts predicted a growth rate of 29%. This can explain the strong decline in the FTSE 100 index.
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