Morning coffee: Investors relieved by latest Scotland no-vote polls


Another interesting number to watch is the publication in China of August inflation, more moderate than the previous month. That should have a neutral impact on the stocks, since it will not certainly be weak enough for the alarms to jump about the growth potential of the country again nor motivate the Chinese monetary authorities to take further expansionary measures.

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