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In just five days, markets have witnessed a historic takeover of Credit Suisse by neighbouring UBS, decisions from the Federal Reserve, Swiss National Bank, Norges Bank, Bank of England, and the BCB. Rounding off the week, they also had to turn their attention back to the global banking sector where this time Deutsche Bank took to the stage. While next week’s data calendar remains fairly full in terms of events, ultimately it is likely to play second fiddle to the main event taking place in bank stocks and corporate debt markets. If we’ve learnt anything over the past three weeks, it is that weekends aren’t safe from market-moving events. We may walk into a very different financial market backdrop yet again on Monday. 

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Simon Harvey, Head of FX Analysis

Jay Zhao-Murray, FX Market Analyst

María Marcos, FX Market Analyst

Nick Rees, FX Market Analyst


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