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The Week Ahead in Finance (10-03-2014)

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Each week brings you five things to look out for in the week ahead (10-03-2014). Essential news that will shape the week and help you keep ahead in the world of business and finance.

Currency manipulation scandal: Bank of England governor Mark Carney will answer MPs’ questions over the growing scandal surrounding alleged currency manipulation.

Japan monetary policy: The Bank of Japan is meeting this week to decide on the country’s monetary policy, though interest rates are not expected to change.

UK trade data: New figures will be published on Wednesday giving insight into the country’s economic rebalancing. Analysts expect the trade gap to have widened.

Brazil industrial production: Last year was a bad one for industrial production in Brazil. Despite some signs of stabilization, January numbers released this week might reflect negative impacts of the fallout in emerging market currencies that month.

India’s figures: Key announcements from India this week include February CPI and January Industrial Production, as the Reserve Bank weighs its monetary policy course.

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Tags: Bank of England , Bank of Japan , Brazil , CPI , currency manipulation , emerging markets , industrial production , interest rates , Japan , Mark Carney , monetary policy , Raghuram Rajan , Reserve Bank of India , trade gap , UK
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