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Weekly Market Outlook | Econ Alerts

Market breakdown 16-20th October 2017

Week Ahead – UK inflation, Japanese trade data among week’s important releases; Party Congress eyed in China   Next week’s economic releases, which includes UK inflation figures, can determine the future path of monetary policy for major economies, while political events, such China’s five-yearly Communist Party Congress commencing on Wednesday, perhaps have

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Brexit talks heighten volatility in the pound

Daily analysis | 13 October 2017   Concerns over Brexit creates volatility with Sterling   The British pound traded in a rollercoaster manner yesterday, as attention turned back to the Brexit negotiations. The currency initially tumbled, after the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier said that Brexit talks have reached a stalemate, without any significant

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new-US-hundred-dollar-bills-put-into-circulation | Econ Alerts

Dollar pulls back ahead of inflation data

Forex Market Review (European Session) – Dollar takes a breath as consumer prices disappoint; Aussie, kiwi gain the most   While market watchers expected today’s US inflation report to give a clearer picture of the inflation path amid concerns whether subdued inflation is temporary or persistent, uncertainties over the direction of inflation increased after US

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sterling, pound notes | Econ Alerts

Brexit talks “deadlock” sees Sterling drift lower

Forex Market Review (European Session) - Pound falls after Barnier says Brexit talks are in “deadlock”   The pound could not sustain its rally started during the Asian session on Thursday after discouraging comments on Brexit’s progress by the EU chief negotiator pushed the currency down, making it the worst performer among its major peers. The pound’s weakness,

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fomc policy meeting | Econ Alerts

FOMC minutes reveal concerns around inflation

Daily analysis | 12 October 2017   September FOMC meeting reveal some inflation concerns   Overnight, the minutes of the FOMC’s September policy gathering revealed a relatively cautious stance by policymakers. “Many” participants are concerned that low inflation this year might not reflect only transitory factors, but also developments that could prove to be more

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