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Friday 27th March 2015 
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Subdued Tone to FX Markets
There was a risk-off tone to financial markets yesterday. This was evident in the EuroStoxx 50, which fell by c.1.3% on the day. In the US, some further disappointing data saw the S&P 500 closing down
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As at 07.58 Thursday, 26 Mar 2015

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NO MORE EASY BETS: The sharp fall in oil prices is an added complication as markets wonder how this will impact on monetary policy….* Fed signalled that it could start to hike rates this summer while also lowering its projections on the likely f...
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As at: 15.41 Friday, 20 Mar 2015

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Steep fall in oil prices adds to weak inflationary…* Central banks in strongly growing economies may well have to hike rates this year…* EECB expected to launch a major QE government bond purchase programme soon…* Euro at key support levels a...
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* Manufacturing stable in January, but data remain distorted by outsourcing abroad….* Services index picks up strongly in January—YoY growth jumps to 12.6%, an all-time high….* Construction PMI falls sharply in Jan/Feb, may in part reflect some ...
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