Global Equity & Income

Geopolitics and fiscal controversy dominate markets.
European bank stocks are starting to reflect a condition of maximum pessimism.
French government resigns; German business confidence falls.
Russia-Ukraine tension escalates; Facebook suit gains traction.
Smiles and frowns after PMI data.
Geopolitics flares up; Citigroup to exit Japanese retail.
The Shanghai Composite is showing consolidation, and Baidu could be a short.
However, there's also a limit to negative interest rates.
Lack of escalation in the Ukraine crisis is good news.
Concerns about geopolitics, China house prices.

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