FX Update: The dollar has been mixed FX Update: The dollar has been mixed, gaining against an underperforming sterling after the BoE trimmed GDP and CPI projections, holding net steady in the mid-to-upper 1.24s versus the euro, and ebbing to the low 115s against the yen following a correction from Tuesday's six-year peak at 116.10. Cable tumbled nearly 100 pips in reaching 1.5847 on the release of the November BoE Quarterly Inflation Report, which trimmed both GDP and inflation forecasts and noted that CPI will likely fall below 1% within six months. The yen was supported in Tokyo trade by a report in Japan's Sankei newspaper that PM Abe will delay the tax hike by a year-and-a-half to April 2017. Sankei , citing government sources, also said that Able may call a snap election for December. Elsewhere, EUR-CHF remained heavy after making a 26-month low at 1.2021 yesterday. SNB President Jordan said in a press interview today that the 1.2000 cap will remain in place for the "foreseeable" future as it is "essential" for preventing deflation.