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Consensus Looks For No Change Today

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  • Just under 30 minutes until the SNB rate decision - consensus looks for no change at today's meeting, but most expect a strong signalling of rate hikes to come in September.
  • This could come via a change in language surrounding FX, or a more direct statement that negative rate policy will be reversed in the near future.
  • That said, there are outside expectations of tightening today. Citi see a 25bps hike as their base case, while Goldman Sachs see a "strong possibility" of a hike today.
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  • Just under 30 minutes until the SNB rate decision - consensus looks for no change at today's meeting, but most expect a strong signalling of rate hikes to come in September.
  • This could come via a change in language surrounding FX, or a more direct statement that negative rate policy will be reversed in the near future.
  • That said, there are outside expectations of tightening today. Citi see a 25bps hike as their base case, while Goldman Sachs see a "strong possibility" of a hike today.
  • Full MNI Preview here: https://marketnews.com/-2657511324