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3 June, 2016

All eyes on the Fed and the UK referendum

The weak US non-farm payrolls data for May and uncertainty ahead of the UK referendum on EU membership, scheduled for 23rd June, may push back the next Fed rate hike until July at the earliest, if not September. Nonetheless, we still think that the US economy is on track for steady growth, particularly as personal consumption and industrial production both rebounded in April. In the UK, Brexit fears have taken a toll on the economy and the

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