Global inflation? Robust. US Retail Sales and the Dollar? Not so much.
How'd they do that? China reported inflation of 4.9%, well below forecasts.
In Britain, though, 4% inflation is leading to rate-hike talk - and even some opining that
it might not have been been such a bad idea to have the euro all this time. At least somebody's not down on the euro's handlers.
The FX trading investigation reveals that - oops - pension fund managers weren't checking their trading receipts too well.
U.S. retail sales were only so-so and the dollar is wobbly.
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