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Like in Guy Ritchie's 1998 landmark film, things can heat up quickly in a week packed with events. Brits go to the polls on Thursday and all points to a Tory victory, while the US-China trade deal is facing the risk of a delay. Elsewhere, it's time for a break in the Fed easing cycle and for Lagarde to speak her mind on monetary policy, as the FOMC and ECB meet
US employment numbers received a boost from the return to work of 48,000 formerly striking General Motors staff, but the 266,000 surge was well beyond expectations. The Federal Reserve is firmly "on hold" for the next few months, but with global activity showing little sign of improvement and trade tensions lingering we expect weakness in coming months
USD: Payrolls to support the greenback. The ISM reports this week provided contrasting signals about the US economy: the manufacturing sector is now hovering around recession-like levels, but the non-manufacturing gauge sent positive signals. The net impact has, however, been a still aggressive pricing for Fed monetary easing by the markets - 115bp of cuts in the price by end-2020 – and a weaker dollar. Today's release of the unemployment report may however defy part of the dovish expectations and help the greenback recover some of the losses. Our economics team is expecting an above-consensu...
Given the ongoing political stalemate in the UK over Brexit, we see yet more downside risks to the pound and look for EUR/GBP to converge to 0.95 in one to three months and GBP/USD to fall to 1.17. ING's Petr Krpata explains what's going on and why more risk premium can be built into sterling
A UK election now looks inevitable - the only question now is 'when'. However, the chances of a 'no deal' Brexit on 31 October appear to have receded, but there are still ways it could happen, and given the outcome of an election looks deeply uncertain, despite the Conservatives' lead in the polls, the rebound in sterling is unlikely to have legs
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