Central bank preview: how will markets react to the upcoming Fed and BoE meetings?

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With rising and persistent inflation, soaring energy prices and stagnant growth, central banks are faced with the difficult task of juggling these conflicting forces in their monetary policy mandates. The ECB was the first to attempt it last Thursday, and markets were left slightly confused at the messaging around current economic conditions, with the Fed, the BoE and the BoJ taking centre stage this week.

Join IGTV’s Daniela Sabin Hathorn as she looks back at the performance of EUR/USD after the ECB meeting and what to expect from GBP/USD and USD/JPY in the coming days

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