International News (Issue 417) – 16 September 2016

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International News – 16 September 2016

Not a lot to add this week from foreign shores.

China saw a little bit of selling as the local press reported remarks from the Peoples Bank of China about the need for tackling China’s ‘housing bubble’.

Feels like de ja vu all over again hey?

In the US, there was little ‘quality’ data reported and the focus for markets remains on Thursday night’s Federal Reserve meeting and the uncertainty surrounding a possible rate rise (we think unlikely, but it’s a close call).

 

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