Market information Friday July 31 2015

According to the Financial Times, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will not participate in a new bailout for Greece. The IMF can only decide on its involvement until Greece accepts a reform package and the country’s Eurozone creditors sign a debt relief for Greece.

The US economy accelerated in the second quarter of this year. The gross domestic product (GDP) rose with 2.3% compared to the first quarter. This is lower than the 2.5% analysts expected. The growth rate was higher than in the first quarter of this year, when the GDP rose with 0.6%.

The crisis on the housing market is nearly over in most parts of Europe. Except for France and Belgium, the housing prices are increasing almost all over Europe. As concluded by Standard & Poor’s (S&P). S&P expects that Dutch housing prices will increase with 3% this year. In Spain, Portugal and Ireland the housing prices will grow respectively with 2.5%, 4% and 9%.

The 6M Euribor remained unchanged at 0.05%. The 10Y Swap decreased with 3 bp to 1.01%.

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