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21st July 2017 - Draghi could prop EUR up, while USD is still depressed by the political risks

The single currency could continue in its upside channel versus the greenback, after Draghi has signaled that the ECB members are to talk about the QE tapering next autumn.

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17th July 2017 - The lower inflation pressure could dampen the odds of Fed's tightening

The weaker than expected inflation pressure in US could weigh down on the interest rate outlook driving the greenback down across the broad.

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As expected, BOC could be the first major central bank to follow the Fed

As what was widely expected and what has been highlighted in my most recent analyses, BOC raised today the target of its overnight interest rate by 0.25% to 0.75% to be the first major central bank to follow the Fed in tightening its monetary policy, after the credit crisis.

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