ABN Amro tops forecast with long-term call

All major central banks will maintain an accommodative stance for the foreseeable future

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The monetary policy of major central banks looks set to remain accommodative for the rest of the year, as a tone of caution creeps into global sentiment, following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, says Georgette Boele, the co-ordinator for FX and precious metals strategy at ABN Amro, which topped FX Week's 12-month forecast rankings.

As a result, Boele now expects the Federal Reserve to hold off from further rate rises this year and to only resume its hiking cycle next year, with three

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