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Battle of The Bankers

27 June 2013
Simon Eastman
Yesterday we saw the markets moves off the back of speeches from the current ECB president Mario Draghi and the outgoing governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King.

weekahead with Currency Index

24 June 2013
Tom Arnold
The week starts off with a surge in US Dollar strength following on from last week’s surprisingly positive comments from Ben Bernanke and the release of the FOMC’s monthly interest rate decision and policy statement.

Quite markets (Euro standing strong)

21 June 2013
Graham Harborne
In brief the markets were actually fairly subdued yesterday though the pound did pick up a little in the afternoon following its steady weakening throughout the week.

Bernanke hints at end of asset purchases

20 June 2013
Robin Haynes
This morning Switzerland also kept interest rates on hold at 0%, and the only other data due out is US home sales this afternoon, although we have a speech from Bank of England committee member Paul Fisher at 2.15pm, and Eurozone consumer confidence at 3pm.
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