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  • Article / 3 hours ago

    FX Update: A pivotal week ahead for the euro

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    FX Update: A pivotal week ahead for the euro
    The Jackson Hole symposium over the weekend saw mildly hawkish developments from the Fed and Bank of England, but these were glossed over as the currency traders still harbour concerns on the risk appetite front and look forward to a pivotal ECB meeting this Thursday.
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  • Article / 5 hours ago

    Jackson Hole reveals spirit of the times

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Jackson Hole reveals spirit of the times
    The annual get-together of central bankers presented no gifts to nervous markets – low inflation was seen as inevitable and the Federal Reserve's Stanley Fischer said that a rate hike in September was still possible. But reading between the lines reveals that there is a promise to react if needed. This is the first of two articles that reflect on the history of the Jackson Hole symposiums and what they achieve.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 5 hours ago

    What next for Malaysia's anti-government protests?

    Malaysia's mammoth civil disobedience campaign has heightened pressure on scandal-ridden Prime Minister Najib Razak but is an imminent departure on the cards? Unlikely, analysts say. Ansuya Harjani writes the 61-year-old leader has most recently been accused of pocketing almost $700 million from troubled government fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad. Najib says the allegations are part of a malicious campaign to force him from office, while his cabinet ministers claim the funds were campaign donations from unnamed sources in the Middle East. More than the protests, Najib's handling of the economy is what might see him pushed out the door. The ringgit has lost one third of its value against the USD over the past 12 months.
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