This Thursday 22 Mar at 12:30 AM GMT the latest AU Employment Change number will be released.
Stocks slipped after the US central bank's decision to raise rates for a seventh time, dragged lower by a drop in Apple shares even as Treasury note yields fell back.
These were the movements in some of the most-widely followed 10-year sovereign bond yields: US: 2.88% (-1bp) UK: 1.53% (+4bp) Germany: 0.59% (+1bp) France: 0.83% (+0bp) Spain: 1.34% (+3bp) Italy: 1.93% (+4bp) Portugal: 1.76% (+3bp) Greece: 4.22% (+3bp) Japan: 0.04% (+0bp) Gilts underperformed by a wide margin, as Sterling pushed back towards its pre-referendum highs against the US dollar ahead of Thursday's Monetary Policy Committee meeting and rate decision.
This Thursday 22 Mar at 12:30 AM GMT the latest AU Unemployment Rate number will be released.
Deutsche Bank reiterated its 'buy' rating on plumbing and drainage systems manufacturer Polypipe on Wednesday, saying the firm looked set to extend its track record of reliable delivery.
“We have long anticipated that the Fed would need to raise rates more rapidly over the next few years, a view now shared by Fed officials and other forecasters.