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Week ahead: Fed and MPC minutes in focus

Just how and when does the US Federal Reserve plan to exit from quantitative easing? With the possible exception of the risk that any of the current geopolitical flash-points might flare up unexpectedly, this is the most pressing issue in financial markets nowadays.
[Fri 17:08]

Week ahead: Chinese and UK data eagerly awaited

Geopolitical events permitting the coming week will again see the main economic data releases coming out of China and the UK.
[8 Aug '14]

Week ahead: Central bank meetings and Chinese data in focus

The coming week will see a slowdown in the flow of economic data, a void which will be filled by policy meetings at three major central banks, the European Central Bank, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England.
[1 Aug '14]

Week ahead: Eyes on Barclays during frantic week

An extremely busy week lies ahead, with a tumult of the largest companies on the London stock market announcing second-quarter and half-year results.
[24 Jul '14]

Week ahead: ARM, Glaxo in focus amid a wave of blue-chip earnings

After a relatively quiet five sessions in terms of UK corporate earnings, things will pick up a gear next week with a host of blue chips expected to update the market on their recent performances.
[18 Jul '14]

Week ahead: All eyes on Yellen and Carney

The monthly flow of data and market events in the United States will pick up again this week, led by Federal Chair Janet Yellen's bi-annual monetary policy report to Congress. Her speech on Tuesday will be followed by the release of the latest Beige Book, which is published ahead of each Fed policy meeting.
[11 Jul '14]

Week Ahead: Markets awaiting MPC decision and Chinese data

The coming week will again be quite intense on the macroeconomic front, although the bulk of the data flow will shift away from the US, albeit with one exception, the minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve's main rate setting organ, the FOMC.
[4 Jul '14]

Week Ahead: UK housing and US jobs data in spotlight

The coming week will see the release of the records of the Financial Policy Committee's June 17th meeting which will provide greater detail on the exact policy decisions which were taken on that day. The latest Nationwide and Halifax house price survey data are also scheduled for release, alongside the most recent set of Bank of England mortgage statistics.
[27 Jun '14]

Week ahead: Housing sector in focus on both sides of the Atlantic

The housing sector will again factor large on the macroeconomic agenda over the coming week on both sides of the Atlantic, alongside the latest reading on China's manufacturing sector, on Monday, courtesy of HSBC.
[20 Jun '14]

Week ahead: Traders to focus on MPC minutes and FOMC meeting

Over the coming week traders will focus on the release of the minutes of the Monetary Policy Committee´s last rate settng meeting, a policy meeting at the US Federal Reserve and the World Cup, although not necessarily in that order.
[13 Jun '14]

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