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EURUSD: Weekly Analysis & Outlook

The Federal Reserve and Bank of England both left borrowing costs unchanged as they near the end of their respective tightening cycles. While the Fed’s decision to pause was unanimous, several UK policymakers voted in favor of another another quarter-point increase. Both central banks left open the option to hike again, but a soft US jobs report at the end of the week reinforces investors’ view that the Fed’s campaign is done.Separately, the Bank of Japan said it is easing its control of bond yields, scaling back an expensive intervention strategy that’s increasingly tested by markets, while striving to sustain the inflation it’s worked so hard to kindle.

Here are some of the charts that appeared on Bloomberg this week on the latest developments in the global economy:

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