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Week ahead: EU council meeting to kick-off countdown to referendum

(ShareCast News) - European affairs will matter more than ever in the coming week, with investors and even the average man on the street expected to keep close tabs on the outcome of the European Council meeting on 17-18 February, in Brussels.
[12 Feb '16 14:36]

Week ahead: Fed´s Yellen, China data in focus

(ShareCast News) - The key risk event over the coming week is expected to be Wednesday´s Humphrey Hawkins testimony from Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen before the US House of Representatives´ Financial Services Committee.
[5 Feb '16 19:41]

Week ahead: Carney and US employment report in focus

(ShareCast News) - In the coming week, Bank of England governor Mark Carney will have a chance to explain the Monetary Policy Committee´s take on recent events in global capital markets, following recent 'dovish' remarks (and actions in some cases) from some MPC members and his peers in the Eurozone and Japan.
[29 Jan '16 12:37]

Week ahead: Hold your fire, Blackrock boss tells the Fed

(ShareCast News) - Central banks would be in focus over the coming week, with the boss of the world's largest asset manager, Blackrock, having recommended to the US central bank that it factor in more the potential impact of US dollar strength in an increasingly tightly-knit world.
[22 Jan '16 11:55]

Week ahead: China and Iran in focus again

(ShareCast News) - A steady stream of important economic indicators next week in almost all jurisdictions could be expected to keep investors and traders on their toes.
[15 Jan '16 17:01]

Week ahead: Investors looking for answers from Carney

(ShareCast News) - What were the implications of the softening in economic activity towards the end of last year for the 2016 outlook in the UK?
[8 Jan '16 14:25]

Week ahead: US and Japanese data in the spotlight

(ShareCast News) - Despite most market operators having already squared their trading books in the run-up to Christmas, quite a few first-tier macroeconomic indicators are scheduled for release in the coming week.
[18 Dec '15 17:38]

Week ahead: US Fed, French and Spanish elections in focus

(ShareCast News) - The coming week will see a deluge of first-tier market data and risk events, but the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting will, probably, eclipse all the others.
[11 Dec '15 15:55]

Week ahead: Focus to shift towards Asia

(ShareCast News) - Financial markets are expected to quieten down in the coming week following the ECB's damp squib and the latest US non-farm payrolls report.
[4 Dec '15 15:01]

Week ahead: ECB to boost QE and cut deposit rate, analysts predict

(ShareCast News) - European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is in the spotlight next week as analysts anticipate he will announce big changes to policy to address prolonged low inflation.
[27 Nov '15 12:09]



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