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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]

Week ahead: Raft of UK data, ECB, US housing in focus

(ShareCast News) - Investors will need to wade through a raft of economic data this coming week, including the March unemployment report, retail sales and public finance figures, on Wednesday and Thursday.
[15 Apr '16 13:10]

Week ahead: Raft of consumer price data due out from across the globe

(ShareCast News) - A raft of consumer price data due out from across the globe over the coming week may be the focal point for markets, given they are one of the key drivers behind movements in exchange rates.
[8 Apr '16 14:21]

Week ahead: US Fed minutes, service sector PMIs in focus

(ShareCast News) - With the latest monthly US jobs data now out of the way the focus will shift back towards central banks in the run-up to the Federal Reserveīs policy meeting on 27 April and the start of the US earnings season on 11 April.
[1 Apr '16 16:03]

Week ahead: US jobs report, global manufacturing PMIs in focus

(ShareCast News) - Investors would be well advised to get some rest over the Easter break, as they will be greeted by an avalanche of first-tier economic data from around the globe upon their return.
[24 Mar '16 16:27]

Week ahead: Public finance and retail sales figures in focus

(ShareCast News) - In the aftermath of the latest Budget, the public finance figures for February due out on Tuesday will likely centre investors and the mediaīs attention, alongside the latest consumer price and retail sales figures which are scheduled for release for that same day and on Thursday, respectively.
[20 Mar '16 21:26]

Week ahead: US Fed meeting, GOP primaries in focus

(ShareCast News) - The coming week will be brimming with risk events, with the latest US central bank policy meeting, US political primaries, the Budget and the meeting of the Bank of England's rate-setters set to figure prominently.
[11 Mar '16 14:18]

Week ahead: Will the ECB pull the trigger (on its bazooka)?

(ShareCast News) - The focus will turn back towards the Eurozone as the European Central Bank's governing council meets on Thursday to decide on policy, with analysts increasingly expecting further stimulus measures.
[4 Mar '16 17:29]

Week ahead: Spotlight shifts to G20 and US jobs report

(ShareCast News) - Marketīs attention will shift firmly towards China and US economic data over the coming week.
[26 Feb '16 13:20]

Week ahead: BoE's Carney and G-20 meeting in focus

(ShareCast News) - The result of the negotiations between the UK and the European Union in Brussels, and their implications, will likely set the tone for the coming week in sterling markets.
[19 Feb '16 15:12]

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