POLL-TAKE A LOOK-Reuters Poll news stories from around the world

by Reuters
Tuesday, 11 December 2018 11:23 GMT

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LATEST REUTERS POLLS NEWS STORIES > Euro zone recession risk climbs, rate rise conviction wavers > China property to cool in 2019, weigh on economy > Dollar's unrivalled surge this year will reverse in 2019 > Sterling's fate hangs on Brexit, UK growth to be weak > Canada dollar to rebound so long as oil prices, BoC rates rise > Battered Aussie, NZ dollars seen ticking higher next year > China yuan to crack 7/dollar in 6 months on weak growth outlook > Confidence in Mexican peso's bounceback wavers > S.Africa's rand seen weakening in volatile run-up to May vote > Czech crown seen gaining, sailing through troubled waters in 2019 > More trouble ahead for India's bruised rupee > Bank of Canada to lift rates three times in 2019, but cautiously > Global funds raise cash holdings to 20-mth high as caution mounts > Slowing demand and a supply glut to drain oil's gains in 2019 > U.S. 2019 housing market outlook on shaky ground > Canada's urban hotspots set for subdued house-price rises in 2019 > Japan fund managers increase equity exposure in November > Mideast funds become more defensive after oil prices tumble > Next India rate rise pushed back again, now well into 2019 > Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now > Brazil stocks to surf far-right wave past 100,000; Mexico lags > Toronto stock market set for rebound if oil prices recover > Growth and trade worries to keep a lid on European stocks in 2019 > FTSE 100 set for hesitant recovery in 2019 amid Brexit crunch > Asia FX sentiment improves on trade hopes, oil price slump > Japan stocks to end 2018 largely flat, make some gains in 2019 > Election fog clouds Indian stocks' outlook > Russian stocks have chance to climb higher by year-end > London house price boom over, at least for now > India house prices to rise at half the rate of inflation in 2019 > U.S. recession chances edge up, risk Fed delivers fewer hikes > Japan's economy faces rising risks from U.S.-China trade war > Global growth outlook for 2019 dims for first time > U.S. bond market recession signal not far away, strategists say LATEST MAJOR REUTERS POLL PACKAGES > Global stock markets > Major housing markets > Monthly G4 economic outlook > Global foreign exchange > Quarterly G45 economic outlook RECENT REUTERS CENTRAL BANK POLLS > Swiss National Bank to hold ultra-loose policy > Turkish cenbank seen holding rates steady after inflation eases > Bank of Russia seen holding rates on Dec 14, risks of hike mount > Slow inflation to keep Brazil from raising rates for longer > Ukraine central bank to pause rates despite climbing prices > Australia c.bank rates seen at record lows until mid-2020 > Philippines seen holding rates after 5 consecutive hikes > Norway rates seen unchanged on Dec 13, hike in March 2019 > Next India rate rise pushed back again, now well into 2019 GLOBAL MARKETS AND ASSET ALLOCATION > Dollar's unrivalled surge this year will reverse in 2019 > Sterling's fate hangs on Brexit, UK growth to be weak > Canada dollar to rebound so long as oil prices, BoC rates rise > Battered Aussie, NZ dollars seen ticking higher next year > China yuan to crack 7/dollar in 6 months on weak growth outlook > Confidence in Mexican peso's bounceback wavers > S.Africa's rand seen weakening in volatile run-up to May vote > Czech crown seen gaining, sailing through troubled waters in 2019 > More trouble ahead for India's bruised rupee > Global funds raise cash holdings to 20-mth high as caution mounts > European funds up bond holdings, split on 2019 ECB rate hike > UK funds cut equity holdings to 13-month low after autumn turbulence > Cautious U.S. global funds recommend stashing more cash > China funds cut equity exposure as trade war,economic worries linger > London house price boom over, at least for now > U.S. 2019 housing market outlook on shaky ground > Canada's urban hotspots set for subdued house-price rises in 2019 > China property to cool in 2019, weigh on economy > Mideast funds become more defensive after oil prices tumble > Japan fund managers increase equity exposure in November > Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now > Wall Street grows cautious but still optimistic > Brazil stocks to surf far-right wave past 100,000; Mexico lags > Toronto stock market set for rebound if oil prices recover > Growth and trade worries to keep a lid on European stocks in 2019 > FTSE 100 set for hesitant recovery in 2019 amid Brexit crunch > Asia FX sentiment improves on trade hopes, oil price slump > Japan stocks to end 2018 largely flat, make some gains in 2019 > Election fog clouds Indian stocks' outlook > Russian stocks have chance to climb higher by year-end > India house prices to rise at half the rate of inflation in 2019 > Cheaper oil helps trim bearish bets against Asian currencies > U.S. bond market recession signal not far away, strategists say (polling.unit@thomsonreuters.com)

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