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Thursday 31st July 2014 
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Busy Day for US Data
From an FX perspective, as expected, a lack of data provided for another day of lacklustre moves. Some continuing caution ahead of a host of key pending US releases (e.g. today’s Q2 GDP and FOMC and Friday’s payrolls) may also have contributed t...
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As at 08.02 Wednesday, 30 Jul 2014

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UK RECOVERY MAINTAINS ITS SPEED * Financial markets are increasingly focusing their attention on the timeframe for when this may occur….* The focus will be very much on the US this week with a calendar pack full of important data and events….* T...
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As at: 15.34 Friday, 25 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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