Looking at the central bank calendar, the week ahead sees the far east of Europe reviewing interest rates, with Israel up first, then Hungary and Turkey. But most eyes will be on Brazil's central bank, where the BRIC economy is expected to cut the Selic rate by 50 basis points to a low of 8.50%. Elsewhere the Bank of Japan will release monetary policy meeting minutes. On the economic front, the week ahead sees the release of some key monthly indicators like US nonfarm payrolls and the much watched purchasing managers index (PMI) readings.
Bank of Israel
The Magyar Nemzeti Bank
Central Bank of Turkey
Banco Central do Brasil
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