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G10 FX Week Ahead: Talk On The Dotted Line
With the Fed dots having done so much damage to positioning, the focus for the week ahead will be on a host of Fed speakers - and whether they're as hawkish as the dots suggest. Best protected will be those currencies where central banks are hawkish.
Key Events In EMEA Next Week - Saturday, June 19
The central bank of Hungary is likely to start its hiking cycle next week as growth and inflation forecasts are revised upwards. Also keep an eye on key releases from Poland which should reflect continued optimism, and the Czech central bank meeting.
Key Events In Developed Markets Next Week - Satuday, June 19
The Fed’s hawkish shift means that an earlier than expected rate hike cycle is on the cards. Also, the Bank of England is unlikely to give much away about policy tightening just yet, however, we are pencilling in a first rate hike in 1Q23.
Asia Week Ahead: Inflation - Transitory Or Not?
All these consumer price releases will help markets determine whether the latest inflation spikes are transitory.
Turkey: No Surprise At The MPC Meeting
A clear hawkish shift from the Federal Reserve had little impact on the Central Bank of Turkey's decision today, with the policy rate flat and policy guidance unchanged.
The Swiss Central Bank Remains Cautious And Dovish
The Swiss National Bank left its key interest rates unchanged at -0.75% and is still willing to intervene in FX markets given the “highly valued” franc.




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G10 FX Week Ahead: Moving On Up
Stronger-than-expected growth in China, de-escalating tensions in the Middle East and the signing of the Sino-American phase-one deal should all pave the way for a good week for risk sentiment.

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