Risk appetite was subdued yesterday as the minutes of the US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) latest rate setting meeting revealed little urgency for further stimulus. The minutes showed that a majority of policymakers took the view that further asset purchases would occur only if economic conditions worsened. With the slow pace of EU action fuelling market uncertainty, today’s Eurozone industrial output data for May is expected to indicate a sixth straight annual fall. With little on offer in terms of major macro releases, high yield currencies may trade with a downward bias in today’s trading session.
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