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After a highly volatile week for short-term interest rate markets after a string of surprising central bank decisions, which induced heightened FX market volatility, markets turn their attention to incoming inflation data in Canada and the UK. In both economies, headline inflation is set to tick higher and will likely have consequences for the next central bank policy decisions. Additionally, flash activity data in Europe and North America will provide some clarity on how growth conditions are holding up under heightened inflation pressures and tighter financial conditions, while the UK consumer will go through a health check as consumer confidence and retail sales data is released.

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Simon Harvey, Head of FX Analysis

Jay Zhao-Murray, FX Market Analyst



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