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Dollar and Sterling on a Firmer Footing
The overall outcome from last week’s key events in the UK and US (Scottish referendum, FOMC meeting) was positive from the point of view of sterling and the dollar, respectively. Both currencies made gains………
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As at 07.57 Monday, 22 Sep 2014

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Global growth has disappointed expectations yet again this year…* By contrast, Irish National Accounts data for Q2 2014 were far stronger than expected…* Considerable interest in ECB President Draghi’s appearance before the European Parliament...
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As at: 15.12 Friday, 19 Sep 2014

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Global growth disappoints yet again this year….* ECB retains an easing bias but policy looks to be on hold for now…* Eurozone swap rates and bond yields fall to low levels on ECB easing…* Euro losing ground gradually on weak economy and wideni...
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ECB WATCH – 7TH August, 2014: ECB MAY HAVE TO EASE POLICY FURTHER: The outcome of the August policy meeting of the ECB’s Governing Council was in line with market expectations for no changes to monetary policy. Indeed, today’s meeting and subse...
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