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Week ahead: Brexit to continue in the spotlight

(ShareCast News) - Markets were expected to be on post-Brexit watch, with some market-watchers wary of the potential for further market volatility.
[24 Jun '16 15:37]

Week ahead: All eyes on referendum outcome

(ShareCast News) - Thursday, 23 June, and the result of the UK's referendum on whether or not to continue within the European Union is all that will matter this week for financial markets.
[17 Jun '16 16:11]

Week ahead: Central banks in focus, US Fed above all

(ShareCast News) - Would the US central bank raise rates again when it met in July or would the next hike be postponed until September. That was the main question which investors would try to resolve over the coming week, although if the 'Leave' camp were to succeed on 23 June then the answer would become a dead certainty over the course following week, albeit in unexpected fashion.
[10 Jun '16 14:09]

Week ahead: Yellen, China, Japan in focus

(ShareCast News) - In the wake of the latest much weaker-than-expected US jobs report, the focus in the coming week would likely be on US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellenīs speech on 6 June.
[3 Jun '16 16:12]

Week ahead: Manufacturing surveys, US jobs report in focus

(ShareCast News) - Economic data over the coming holiday-shortened week will provide investors with further clues on the staying power of the US economic expansion and clues regarding the efficacy, or not, of the most recent monetary easing undertaken in China and in the euro area.
[27 May '16 14:57]

Week ahead: Brexit polls, Fedspeak in focus

(ShareCast News) - The continuing flow of EU-referendum poll results and the latest Fedspeak was likely to be foremost on tradersīminds over the coming week in the run-up the 23 June plebiscite and the mid-June US central bank policy meeting.
[23 May '16 21:12]

Week ahead: FOMC minutes, Fedspeak in focus

(ShareCast News) - A raft of data next week will give investors a better grasp of the current state of play in the UK economy, although for all practical purposes the dominant short-them theme is likely to continue to be the rolling Brexit debate, which will continue to be reflected in the ebb and flow in cable.
[14 May '16 17:22]

Week ahead: China data at the top of the agenda

(ShareCast News) - With the latest set of US jobs figures out of the way (and after several top brokers pushed out their forecast for the next Fed rate hike to September) the spotlight will shift back to Asia next week, markets' other bubgear of late.
[6 May '16 18:24]

Week ahead: Global manufacturing PMIs in focus

(ShareCast News) - Purchasing managersī indices for the manufacturing and services sector scheduled for release on Tuesday and Thursday will provide further real-time readings on the current state of affairs in the British economy.
[29 Apr '16 13:20]

Week ahead: Federal Reserve meeting, Greece negotiations in focus

(ShareCast News) - Investors will keep close tabs on the result of the Federal Reserve's next two-day policy meeting on Wednesday for any change of tone in the US central bank's policy statement.
[22 Apr '16 15:06]



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