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05 Jun 2015
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US Payrolls and Greece in Focus

In its monetary policy meeting yesterday, the BoE decided to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5%. Moving ahead, markets will look forward to the publication of the meeting minutes later this month to gauge any change of tone by the BoE and to see how the decision was divided among policymakers. The just released survey data on inflation expectations for the current quarter showed that consumers’ expectations rose slightly. Across the Atlantic, the US non-farm payrolls, along with the unemployment rate scheduled later today, is expected to attract significant market attention. Meanwhile, Greece continues to make headlines, as the cash strapped nation has postponed its debt repayment to the IMF and bundled all four of its June payments together.
05 Jun 2015
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US Payrolls and Greece in Focus

In its monetary policy meeting yesterday, the BoE decided to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5%. Moving ahead, markets will look forward to the publication of the meeting minutes later this month to gauge any change of tone by the BoE and to see how the decision was divided among policymakers. The just released survey data on inflation expectations for the current quarter showed that consumers’ expectations rose slightly. Across the Atlantic, the US non-farm payrolls, along with the unemployment rate scheduled later today, is expected to attract significant market attention. Meanwhile, Greece continues to make headlines, as the cash strapped nation has postponed its debt repayment to the IMF and bundled all four of its June payments together.