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A flurry of central bank meetings take will place across the globe next week, while Q3 GDP prints from the US and eurozone will take centre stage on Friday. Several countries will also release inflation readings. Among the central bank meetings are the Bank of Canada, the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank – in order of importance. The BoC is set to continue its tapering process, while the BoJ and ECB are expected to keep policy on hold. The BoJ meeting will, however, catch some eyes as the Bank will release fresh economic forecasts, while the ECB meeting may likely not be market-moving.

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Author: Ima Sammani, FX Market Analyst



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