Most asset classes moved to the beat of their own drums, as correlations and overall market sentiment appeared to be in flux this week. Various appearances from major central bank officials highlighted the divergences between policy biases, while inflation figures and mixed global PMI results also pointed to potential shifts down the line. Missed out on these moves? Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know.

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