The week ahead: Quarter ends with GDP reads and

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The last week of March features the normal end-of-quarter adjustments. Which currencies will come out on top? The time-shift in Europe could be confusing as well. The dominating pieces of data are GDP releases: final figures from the US and the UK and a first look at Q1 via the monthly Canadian GDP. Also watch out for inflation figures.

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