Central Banks set the tone on global financial markets yesterday, with the latest comments from policy officials sparking a risk-on-mood that sent US stocks to their biggest gain in two months and roiled currencies from Sterling to the Canadian Dollar. ‘’it’s time to move on” are an apt description of the mood of central banks, which have been removing expectations of further policy easing and getting the market into thinking of central banks tightening policy. This theme continued yesterday afternoon with comments from the Bank of Canada’s Poloz and Bank of England’s Carney.

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