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On Tuesday, market participants will be looking ahead to Sweden Interest Rate Decision, which in case Riksbank is hawkish about the inflationary outlook of the economy and rises the interest rates, will have a positive impact on the SEK.
The Bank of Japan is not expected to make any changes to its monetary policy at the conclusion of its two-day rate review on Thursday. Inflation at low levels and businesses not raising wages fast enough will opt the BoJ to keep both short-term rates and the 10-year bond yield target unchanged at least until the second half of 2019.
The Office for National Statistics is to produce a third estimate on U.K. third-quarter economic growth on Friday. The report is forecast to confirm the economy grew 0.4% in the July-to-September period. On a year-over-year basis, the economy is forecast to grow by 1.5%, unchanged from an initial estimate.
Growth in the UK is gradual pushing the brakes, with values declining almost every quarter. Brexit still fears cast a shadow over the UK, despite all efforts made by Parliament and the EU to mitigate the effect, while trade deals still are in a foggy territory. A stronger than expected value will reflect positively on the sterling pound.
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