GBP: Trading The Scottish referendum – Credit Agricole

From Credit Agricole: While likely to be highly volatile, GBP should hold above last week’s lows ahead of, and then rise following, the confirmation of a ‘no’ outcome from Thursday’s Scottish referendum. Clearly however the result is tight, and a surprise ‘yes’ outcome could produce a significant (ie, > 3%) decline in the GBP NEER.

CEE MARKETS 2-Expectations of ECB bond-buying give markets a lift

(Adds new prices, quotes) * Currencies, bonds, stocks rise on Draghi comments * Hungarian bonds may react later-trader By Sandor Peto BUDAPEST, Aug 25 (Reuters) – Central European markets firmed up across the board on Monday, helped by expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) may launch large-scale asset purchases.