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The markets were witness to another week of volatility with various themes playing out. The uncertainty surrounding trade wars finally eased after the Chinese Premier was seen softening his stand last week in a speech where he promised to open the doors to China’s markets.
The week ahead will continue to see the volatility especially in Syria and the Middle-East. Commodity markets are likely to react to the developing news. On the economic front, the week ahead will see the central bank meeting from the Bank of Canada. No changes to interest rates are expected at this week’s event.
Inflation will remain the main theme of the week as various economies will be releasing the inflation report. New Zealand will be reporting on its first quarter inflation data this week, which will likely shed more insight into how consumer prices behaved during the first three months of the year.
Elsewhere, monthly jobs report from Australia will also garner attention. The Australian unemploymen...
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