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Take Five: The second half

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(Reuters) -After a torrid six months, world markets will be hoping for some sign that central banks might dial back their hawkishness. U.S. jobs data, if sharply below forecast, might prove that catalyst. Central banks are front and centre elsewhere, too. The ECB kicks off its bond reinvestment scheme to shield southern Europe’s fragile economies; emerging markets’ policy-tightening spree will continue; and in Australia, a half-point rate rise is expected. Here is your look at the week ahead in markets from Karin Strohecker and Sujata Rao in London, Ira Iosebashvili in New York and Kevin Buckl…

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