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U.S. President Donald Trump will again be center of attention in the coming week with any policy statements, having helped put the Federal Reserve, Bank of England and other central banks in wait-and-see mode.Last month the Fed added 25 basis points to borrowing costs, only its second hike since the Great Recession and just a year since the first one.But no hike is expected Wednesday and rates will remain at 0.50-0.75 percent until the second quarter, when another 25-basis-point rise is likely, a Reuters poll found.Eurozone inflation rose to 1.5 percent this month, flash data are expected to show Wednesday, still a long way from target.
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