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Thursday 29th January 2015 
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Fed Remains on Course to Hike
For much of yesterday the action on financial markets remained subdued, with market participants waiting on the side lines ahead of the FOMC outcome last night. A quiet data calendar also added to the lacklustre tone.
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As at 07.58 Thursday, 29 Jan 2015

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EURO ROUT: * The expansion of the ECB bond buying programme announced last week exceeded market expectations and is the latest factor driving the currency lower….* We look set to reach our $1.10 forecast for EUR/USD much more quickly than antic...
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As at: 15.25 Friday, 23 Jan 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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IRISH ECONOMY WATCH: CSO manufacturing data show very strong rise, but are distorted by outsourcing abroad…* Growth in services falls back in November, but YoY rate remains strong at 6%...* Construction PMI average for Q4 (63.8) suggests stronge...
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