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BoE minutes provide key event risk for Sterling
Risk appetite returned to markets yesterday. The firmer tone to risk sentiment was aided by an easing of geopolitical concerns and generally positive news from the latest batch of corporate earnings data……
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As at 07.58 Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014

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JOBS GROWTH Vs WAGE INFLATION – A BoE Quandary * There continues to be conflicting signals on the degree of slack in the labour market…* The release of the minutes from the BoE’s July MPC meeting will be an important and closely scrutinised even...
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As at: 15.35 Friday, 18 Jul 2014

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• Improving economic activity in advanced economies… • ECB gives strong signal rates will be cut again… • Swap rates and bond yields continue to….. • Forex markets range bound… • Dollar and sterling should strengthen…
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BoE WATCH - JULY 2014: HAWKISH TONES STARTING TO EMERGE: The Bank of England has spent much of the last year dampening down market speculation about possible rises in UK interest rates, notably through its forward guidance that rates could remai...
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