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The week in 60 seconds | FXTM | 04/02/2019

FXTM Research Analyst, Lukman Otunuga, rounds up all the key market events for this week, and pinpoints what traders should look out for ahead, including: • Investors to keep a close eye on US-China trade talks • Bank of England meeting expected to leave interest rates unchanged • Will the GBPUSD surprise the markets this week? For more Market Analysis read the latest @ http://fxtm.co/marketupdate-yt

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