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Thursday 18th December 2014 
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Dollar Back on the Front Foot after Fed
For sterling, yesterday’s BoE meeting minutes provided little in the way of new news and suggested that the BoE is in no hurry to hike rates. Data-wise, a raft of labour market releases were generally positive…….
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As at 08.19 Thursday, 18 Dec 2014

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WHAT’S ANOTHER YEAR? * As we head towards year end, global growth in 2014 has disappointed versus expectations for a fourth straight year…..* The theme of ‘monetary policy divergence’ is likely to gain further prominence in the coming months, p...
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As at: 15.01 Friday, 12 Dec 2014

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* Global growth disappoints again this year....* ECB hints it will do some more easing …..* Modest rate increases expected in US and UK from next year on….* Yen under pressure again …. * Bond yields at very low levels everywhere…..
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BANK OF ENGLAND WATCH - DECEMBER 2014 : FIRST INTEREST RATE HIKE NOW EXPECTED IN H2’15: The November Quarterly Inflation Report (QIR) from the Bank of England confirmed that the Bank is in no hurry to hike interest rates. It is clear from the Q...
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