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Investors, project designers and construction companies appear to have all gotten what they wanted from the new Urban Development Master Plan (GUP) – the opportunity to build throughout Zagreb in a much less constricted way. The paper lists the...

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Currency Reports


Currency Report - Tuesday 7th November


Market Commentary

Information supplied by HiFx
The ECB left interest rates on hold at 3.25% when they met on 2nd November however Trichet’s comments in the accompanying statement were hawkish enough to suggest a high probability of a rate hike in December. This comes despite Eurozone inflation falling below the ECB’s 2.00% target level coming out at 1.6%y/y in October. Elsewhere, the German ZEW (Economic Sentiment) Survey (-27.4) disappointed in October however this view was not shared by the business community where the IFO Survey exceeded expectations (105.3).
Meanwhile, Sterling remains stubbornly strong across the board benefiting from expectations of higher interest rates in the UK. This view is well supported by a buoyant housing market and robust retail sector coupled with CPI (2.4%y/y) running above the Bank of England’s 2.00% target. Consequently, a hike to 5.00% is expected when the BoE meet on 9th November although because this is widely expected, it should have minimal impact upon the markets.
GBPEUR continues to trade towards the top of its long term narrowing trend channel with key resistance emerging around 1.4990/00. A breach here would give scope for advances beyond the psychological 1.5000 level however whilst resistance remains unbroken, risks remain for moves back lower in the range.


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Currency Report - 11th Nov 2005, 21.11.2005.



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