World Watches Bernanke

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High yield currencies out performed yesterday as the possibility of the US Federal Reserve embracing fresh measures gathered momentum following downbeat retail sales data. Against this backdrop, today’s testimony by Ben Bernanke and consumer price inflation data would be in focus for hints over QE3.

Meanwhile, yesterday the IMF indicated that the British economy would grow at an anemic pace in 2012, despite the series of stimulus induced by the BoE. Data just out has indicated that U.K. inflation eased for June. In Europe, the German ZEW survey later today is expected to provide more evidence of the economic weakness spreading to the core nations of the currency union.

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