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Central Banks, US GDP & Gold in focus: The week in 60 seconds | FXTM | 27/04/2020

FXTM Senior Research Analyst, Lukman Otunuga, rounds up all the key market events for this week and pinpoints what traders might be looking out for, including: • A positive start to another busy week • Central banks and key data in focus • More upside for #Gold in the week ahead? For more Market Analysis read the latest @ http://fxtm.co/marketupdate-yt #USGDP #OPEC #QuantitativeEasing #USD #Dollar #OilPrice #FinancialMarkets #ForexNews #MarketNews #Investing #StayAtHome #TradeAtHome

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