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LONDON (MNI) - Monday sees a quiet start to what is going to be a very busy
central bank dominated week on both sides of the Atlantic.
There is a very light US calendar.
At 1000ET, the latest JOLTS data will cross the wires, with the November
employment trends index expected at the same time.
The New York Fed survey of consumer expectations is set to be published at
The main focus of the week will come from Wednesday onwards, when the
Federal Reserve are expected to lay down their latest policy decision.
The Bank of England and the European Central Bank will announce their
policy decisions on Thursday.
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