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With little, if anything, concrete coming out of an ineffective G20 summit over the weekend, financial markets have started to fall back again this morning. In fact it was discord over the use of ever looser monetary policy (in the form of negative interest rates) and currency wars that seem to be rankling the most. As for talk of better use of fiscal policy and structural reforms,...

It is FOMC day and the markets are characteristically pensive as the market prepares for the Federal Reserve to deliver its latest monetary policy statement. There has been little real positioning ahead of the meeting, although the strong move higher in recent days on US Treasury yields just looks to be contained slightly ahead of the meeting.

Central banks have been in focus overnight with the Fed, the BoJ and RBNZ all announcing monetary policy, but surprisingly none of them have changed policy. However, this has led to some sharp swings in the forex markets as clearly some sort of action had been priced in, especially for the yen and the Kiwi dollar.