Stephen Pope interviewed by Bill Hubard

Intermediate

Here we have an interview with FXExplained.co.uk contributor Stephen Pope (also Managing Partner of Spotlight Group PLC) and Trade.com Chief Economist Bill Hubard.

They discuss the Fed Meeting Minutes released in early October and its impact on the US bond markets. Furthermore, the lack of follow-through on the fiscal side from the Trump administration.

Also, on the central bank side, they discuss the outlook for the Bank of England into Q4, in the wake of difficult Brexit negations.

There is also a focus on the commodity markets, highlighting the future potential for the Gold price and the outlook for the Oil price.

Finally, they take a quick look at the Soft commodity market, focusing on the Coffee market.

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Stephen Pope is the Managing Partner of Spotlight Group. He has worked in the world of finance since 1982 and has performed d... Continued

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