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  1. Bank of England set to lay groundwork for an August cut - Danske Bank
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    Bank of England set to lay groundwork for an August cut - Danske Bank

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    The Bank of England (BoE) will keep the Bank Rate unchanged at 5.25% and the first 25-basis-point cut isn't expected until August, says Kirstine Kundby-Nielsen, FX analyst at Danske Bank.

  2. Gold rushes up on weak US CPI and less hawkish Fed - TDS
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    Gold rushes up on weak US CPI and less hawkish Fed - TDS

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    Gold (XAU/USD) prices are nearly back to the post-CPI highs seen on Wednesday, analysts at TDS note.

  3. US UoM Consumer Confidence Index declines to 65.6 in June vs. 72 expected
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    US UoM Consumer Confidence Index declines to 65.6 in June vs. 72 expected

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    Consumer confidence in the US weakened in early June, with the University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index edging lower to 65.6 from 69.1 in May.

  4. BoJ likely to raise policy rate in September - Societe Generale
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    BoJ likely to raise policy rate in September - Societe Generale

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    As expected, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) kept the policy rate unchanged at Friday's meeting.

  5. USD/CAD extends upside to near 1.3770 on hawkish Fed improves US Dollar's outlook
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    USD/CAD extends upside to near 1.3770 on hawkish Fed improves US Dollar's outlook

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    The USD/CAD pair extends its upside to near 1.3770 in Friday's American session.

  6. Fed's Mester: Important not to wait too long to cut rates
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    Fed's Mester: Important not to wait too long to cut rates

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    In an interview with CNBC on Friday, Cleveland Federal President Loretta Mester said that it is important not to wait too long to cut interest rates, per Reuters.

  7. Natural Gas holds above $3 as Europe faces global supply disruptions
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    Natural Gas holds above $3 as Europe faces global supply disruptions

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    Natural Gas price (XNG/USD) recovers slightly on Friday after breaking below a key support level at $3.08 on Thursday. The risk for more downside comes with the political turmoil in Europe, particularly in France, that is causing distress in the European

  8. GBP/JPY retreats below 200.00 despite BoJ postponing taper tantrum plans
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    GBP/JPY retreats below 200.00 despite BoJ postponing taper tantrum plans

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    The GBP/JPY pair falls back below the psychological support of 200.00 to 199.50 in Friday's European session after posting a fresh multi-year high of 201.62.

  9. AUD/USD Price Analysis: Sideways trend continues unfolding
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    AUD/USD Price Analysis: Sideways trend continues unfolding

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    AUD/USD is trading in a range between 0.6590 and 0.6709. At the moment price is unfolding in a down-leg within that range.

  10. US Dollar rallies in flight for safety out of Europe's political turmoil
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    US Dollar rallies in flight for safety out of Europe's political turmoil

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    The US Dollar (USD) rallies on Friday as traders flee out of the Japanese Yen (JPY) and the Euro (EUR). The renewed strength in the Greenback comes as sovereign bond yields in some countries in the Eurozone, particularly France, are spiking on the

  11. ECB's Centeno: Disinflation process to resume after August
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    ECB's Centeno: Disinflation process to resume after August

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    European Central Bank (ECB) Governing Council member Mario Centeno said Friday that "the disinflation process will resume after August." Additional comments Some recovery in real wages is inevitable.

  12. NZD/USD Price Analysis: Declines to 20-DEMA as US Dollar strengthens
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    NZD/USD Price Analysis: Declines to 20-DEMA as US Dollar strengthens

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    The NZD/USD pair tumbles to near 0.6130 in Friday's European session.

  13. Mexican Peso recovery falters as investors shrug off Banxico's intervention warning
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    Mexican Peso recovery falters as investors shrug off Banxico's intervention warning

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    The Mexican Peso (MXN) trades between half a percent and one percent lower in its most traded pairs on Friday as markets continue to fret about the proposed policies of Mexico's newly elected left-wing government.

  14. EUR/USD weakens as French election uncertainty, Fed's hawkish narrative weigh
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    EUR/USD weakens as French election uncertainty, Fed's hawkish narrative weigh

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    EUR/USD extends its downside below the round-level support of 1.0700, touching the lowest level in more than a month during Friday's European session.

  15. BoE Survey: UK public inflation expectations for year ahead drop from 3.0% to 2.8% in May
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    BoE Survey: UK public inflation expectations for year ahead drop from 3.0% to 2.8% in May

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    UK public inflation expectations for the coming year are seen at 2.8% in May, declining from a 3.0% figure projected in February, the quarterly survey conducted by the Bank of England (BoE) showed on Friday.

  16. ECB's Kazaks: Market expectations on rates are 'reasonable
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    ECB's Kazaks: Market expectations on rates are 'reasonable

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    The European Central Bank (ECB) policymaker Martins Kazaks said on Friday, "market expectations on rates are 'reasonable'." Additional quotes Uncertainty is high but the path is leaning towards lower inflation.

  17. ECB's Vasle: Rate cutting is likely to be slower than hiking was
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    ECB's Vasle: Rate cutting is likely to be slower than hiking was

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    The European Central Bank (ECB) policymaker Bostjan Vasle said on Friday, "rate cutting is likely to be slower than hiking was." Additional quotes Inflation has slowed markedly in recent months.

  18. EUR/GBP depreciates to near 0.8400 due to political uncertainty in Europe
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    EUR/GBP depreciates to near 0.8400 due to political uncertainty in Europe

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    EUR/GBP continues to depreciate for the second consecutive session, trading around 0.8410 during European hours on Friday.

  19. USD/CAD Price Analysis: Hovers around 1.3750; grapples to return to rising channel
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    USD/CAD Price Analysis: Hovers around 1.3750; grapples to return to rising channel

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    USD/CAD extends its gains for the second day, trading around 1.3750 during early European hours on Friday.

  20. Forex Today: Japanese Yen slides as BoJ maintains policy settings
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    Forex Today: Japanese Yen slides as BoJ maintains policy settings

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    Here is what you need to know on Friday, June 14: The Japanese Yen (JPY)stays under selling pressure on Friday as markets assess the Bank of Japan's (BoJ) monetary policy announcements.


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