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Market Watch

The Marketplace - 25th October 2016
Good Morning, Germany’s economy is in focus today with the monthly update of Ifo business survey data for October. Later, two US numbers will be widely read as the market looks for more insight on the macro trend ahead of next month’s presidential election. First up is the August profile of housing prices, followed by the October update of the Conference Board’s Consumer Price Index. Stay in touch with the desk for all of the latest updates on 0844 815 3240 or email us at

The Marketplace - 24th October 2016
Good Morning, Next week will be important from the point of view of economic data, as Eurozone business surveys for October will come out, together with third quarter growth numbers for the US and the UK, and finally inflation data out of Australia and Japan. The main focus though will of course be on the US Q3 GDP Data released on Friday. Economists are expecting a substantial rebound from the second quarter’s 1.4% annualized rate to a relatively strong 2.5% in the third quarter, which again will push us towards the second interest rate hike of 2016. Stay in touch with the desk for all of the latest updates on 0844 815 3240 or email us at

The Marketplace - 21st October 2016
Good Morning, The Euro traded choppily yesterday following what appeared to be a misinterpretation of ECB President Draghi’s comments at the press conference. The Euro rallied after Mr Draghi said that an extension of QE beyond the current end date of March 2017 had not been discussed. However, they didn’t discuss a ‘tapering’ of asset purchases either. All in all, the ECB basically confirmed that nothing will be decided before the next meeting on 8 December. UK September public finance data and the flash estimate of euro area consumer confidence for October are not likely to move the markets much today. Analysts are looking for public sector net borrowing (excluding banks) to come in at £9.0bn. The ECB’s survey of professional forecasters may show marginal upward revisions to the forecasts for euro area growth and inflation for next year (previously 1.2% and 1.4%, respectively). The previous survey was conducted in the aftermath of the UK’s EU referendum outcome. For further information please stay in touch with the desk via email at or via phone at 0844 815 3240. Have a great weekend!