• Sterling remains under pressure

    As hope of a UK interest rate hike in the near future slipped away following a drop in the inflation rate, the Pound remained under pressure.

  • Markets await European Central Bank Interest Rate decision

    Today we will see the latest interest rate decision and guidelines on future monetary policy from the European Central Bank.

  • The USD continues its decline

    The recent news that the Republican Party were not able to pass the Obama Care replacement bill has seen the Dollar fall slightly in value.

  • Australian Dollar 3 month high

    The RBA minutes from July indicated a strong workforce with wages to match, which is helping to continue the positive trend for AUD.

  • Inflation a major concern for the UK economy

    Daniel Johnson discusses at the impact of the recent UK inflation figures and looks at tomorrow’s Retail Sales data release and it’s potential to impact Pound exchange rates.

  • Will the European Central Bank taper stimulus?

    If the Eurozone economy shows continued improvement then we could see the European Central Bank (EBC) start to taper their Quantitative Easing (QE).

  • Will GBP/USD remain above 1.30?

    We have seen the GBP fall slightly against USD following lack of confidence caused by the Republican party’s failure to replace Obama’s health care act.

  • Was the rate hike a wise move?

    With OPEC struggling to keep a constraint on supply of oil, and the price of oil therefore falling, the Canadian Dollar is likely to come under pressure.

  • Ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair offers his opinions

    Ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair gave his opinions on Brexit over the weekend, stating that the UK’s divorce from the European Union may still not happen, with the possibility that the vote could be overturned.

  • Time running out for the City of London?

    Yesterday Catherine McGuinness warned that a potential exodus from the City of London caused by delayed Brexit negotiations could risk thousands of jobs.

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