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Key Events In The Coming Week

The week ahead turns attention squarely towards the US, with the market's reaction to the second presidential debate on Sunday the key focus during the Columbus Day US session. The other main event will be the September FOMC Minutes, following US data and an employment report that has left many banks comfortable with a December Fed hike. The minutes are likely to reveal a heated debate about the appropriate course of policy, revealing a discussion about the costs and benefits of keeping rates at the current low levels, highlighting the growing divergence of views within the committee.
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