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  • Federal Reserve

Currencies continued to trade in the familiar tight ranges for most of last week as the markets awaited the US Consumer Price Index (CPI) for May, which, reported the highest core inflation figure for 30 years.

  • US Economy

The most recent non-farm payroll report came in at a slightly disappointing level and encouraged sellers of the dollar to reappear. With employment in the US rising at a lower than expected 559,000, the pace of the recovery in the US and their subsequent tightening of economic policy is starting to be questioned by investors.

  • Sunny Start

With UK showing signs of normality, the currency markets continued to worry last week about the impact of this on inflation and whether Central Banks will be too tardy in their response.