Central Banks Probably In Easing Mode
Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-Bank Of America Private Wealth Management
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01:14 - The US Fed, Bank of Japan and Bank of England will make interest rate decisions this week. Given the global economic headwinds, they will probably remain dovish.
04:24 - Elsewhere, the African swine fever crisis is fuelling food inflation in China.
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