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  • 13h
    fxtime fxtime
    The moral to the above imho is.......Never trust a BoE storyteller sorry governor!
  • Article / Yesterday at 9:02 GMT

    Central bank's role in the recent rouble strength

    Russia oil and gas expert
    United Kingdom
    The Russian central bank seems undisturbed by the rouble strength, and could be, at least partially, responsible. The rouble bounce could flatter financials at the end of the quarter, but fundamental link between the oil and the rouble might still re-assert itself.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 5:57 GMT

    3 Numbers: Central bankers speak, US GDP, US consumer sentiment

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Finland
    3 Numbers: Central bankers speak, US GDP, US consumer sentiment
    A slow data day with minor releases or revisions brings us the third estimate of the US Q4/2014 GDP growth rate and the end-of-the-month US consumer sentiment index. The most potential for market moves are the speeches from central bankers. Also watch out for a possible surprise downgrade of Italian government bonds, which don't seem to be priced in by the markets.
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  • Article / Tuesday at 16:53 GMT

    Life below zero

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Life below zero
    The UK inflation rate fell to 0.0% in February and this is, according to official data, the lowest level since records began. Lower food and computer prices helped the rate to decline from 0.3% in January. So what, then, is the outlook for the UK economy?
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    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    I hope not...I want companies to embrace creative destruction and innovate
    3d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    Thank you for your answer. I had made this point facetiously on another site as I had found the unions to be vehement in their requests for...
    3d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    P.s. I appreciate the above is a mute point really as deflation is not yet at a significant negative level, or is likely to be, that would...
  • Editor’s Picks / Monday at 1:31 GMT

    RBA governor says there 'might be' a benefit to more rate cuts

    ABC
    Australia's Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens says the current level of interest rates is not the main thing holding the economy back, but there "might be" a benefit from lowering them further, writes Michael Janda. In a speech to the American Chamber of Commerce in Melbourne, Stevens said the Reserve Bank stands ready to "lend what support it can" to the economy as the mining boom winds down, but he also cast doubt on how much more assistance the RBA could provide.
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    jasonrestrada jasonrestrada
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  • 20 March
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Excellent pc. as always Mike. Thanks for sharing your valued knowledge.

    You are right when you look at the macro's and even taking a rate hike off...
  • Article / 20 March 2015 at 11:17 GMT

    Daily Shot: A free breakfast...almost

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Daily Shot: A free breakfast...almost
    Greece's situation is deteriorating, banks are losing deposits and the state is running out of money while a compromise with the Eurozone does not seem to be in close reach. In the meanwhile despite less pressure from the Fed, commodities remain depressed
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  • Article / 20 March 2015 at 6:01 GMT

    3 Numbers: Core German PPI negative; Eurozone surplus; Fed speeches

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Finland
    3 Numbers: Core German PPI negative; Eurozone surplus; Fed speeches
    German producer prices and the Eurozone current account balance will attract market attention. In the US, two speeches by Federal Reserve officials will attract scrutiny. The implications of the Fed's latest policy-setting meeting have not been fully digested, so any clarifications could make the markets move hard and fast.
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    20 March
    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    (the charts were daily and hourly candles - not monthly and daily)