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The week in 60 seconds | FXTM | 04/03/2019

Market mood uplifted by optimism over US-China reaching a breakthrough on trade talks. #EuropeanCentralBank scheduled on Thursday with Mario Draghi under the spotlight. Dollars outlook will be influenced by US jobs report on Friday. • US-China trade optimism supports equities across the world • Brexit noise continues to impact the Pound • Will Draghi impact the Euro?

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