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US data left a bit for everybody and so did the Fed meeting minutes. Will they or won't they? That is the question, and it relates to the June decision. It is certainly an open question after the recent inflation figures and ahead of the NFP.  In the show, we previewed the Non-Farm Payrolls, the most important data point of all, with a focus on wages. We then moved to our currency of the week, GBP/USD as the elections are left, front and center. We then previewed the upcoming week which features the ECB decision before wrapping up the show.

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