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FOREX-Dollar rally

While the European Central Bank will likely be the first central bank to raise rates at its policy meeting next week, Friday's payrolls report brings closer the day when the Federal (SES: E1:F20.SI - news) Reserve may raise benchmark interest rates.

First ECB, then Fed/BoE. It's coming very very soon.

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So with 8.8% of the workforce unemployed, hourly earnings static and a staggering 20k more than expected jobs generated by the US economy, you really think that the Fed will move. They are unashamedly targeting employment so you're not going to see much action until you get to 7%, maybe even 6% (post 9/11 high) and some good earnings growth on top. Wait a few years for the Fed to act. The ECB is on its own path and the BoE doesnt need to act until the Fed does. Its coming very, very, in a few years

FOREX-Dollar rally

First ECB, then Fed/BoE. It's coming very very soon.

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So with 8.8% of the workforce unemployed, hourly earnings static and a staggering 20k more than expected jobs generated by the US economy, you really think that the Fed will move. They are unashamedly targeting employment so you're not going to see much action until you get to 7%, maybe even 6% (post 9/11 high) and some good earnings growth on top. Wait a few years for the Fed to act. The ECB is on its own path and the BoE doesnt need to act until the Fed does. Its coming very, very, in a few years

Save the pound.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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