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Hi Guys

Could you do a little helper for this section?

IE Whats Hawkish and Dovish

Whats GDP etc all the economic abbreviations would help.

Many Thanks

TB

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By coincidence I looked at this for the first time today and the term od the day was alligator property.

Don't know what that is - then look it up. ;)

:lol::lol::lol:

First time I'd heard this one. Good phrase, so true.

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In this context Hawkish or 'risks to the upside' mean Inflation / Interest Rates whilst steady are more likely to rise in the future and Dovish (the stance taken by Stephen Nickell) is the opposite.

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