The BoE is broadly expected to maintain its bank rate at the historical low of 0.50%. Of course, the delay in Fed’s normalisation plans will not be directly mentioned, yet cold winds from China and the slowing signs in economic recovery will certainly keep the MPC members from sailing the open sea.
Still, the pound trades above its 200-day MA level (circa 1.5320), a move that has been driven by SAB rumours and the better-than-expected industrial data yesterday. Even if the SAB Miller is not happening for the time being, the positive momentum in pound could well pave the way to 1.5490/1.5500 against the US dollar and down to 0.7280/0.7250 against the euro.
Risk on sentiment returned and traders were once again in the mood for buying overnight. As the Lira moved higher, Wall Street rebounded snapping a four-day losing streak on the Dow. Whilst the markets have regained their cool towards Turkey
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