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The week in review by Ari Towli and Nick Stanhope 18.06.18
Last weekend’s G7 meeting, the historic summit between President Trump of the United States (US) and Kim Jong Un of North Korea, and perhaps even the imposition of trade tariffs by the US on Chinese exports, expected to be announced today, were relegated to a sideshow this week, as interest rate policy from the three key central banks: the US; Europe; and Japan; dominated markets. A slightly more hawkish (tighter policy) Fed, and a more dovish (looser policy) ECB (European Central Bank) set the scene, whilst the Bank of Japan held steady.

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