British Sterling Market Report & Forecasts
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Strong manufacturing figures released yesterday provided Sterling with some needed gains ahead of Article 50. Growth figures released tomorrow will offer insight into the UK economy as we approach an EU-exit.
Poor retail sales last Friday has dampened the mood for the Pound, and with consumer prices expected to rise could there be further surprises to come?
Theresa May’s Brexit deadline could face delay if the House Of Lords put forward amendments to the Bill. How will today’s Retail Sales hold up against rising inflation in the UK?
EU nationals living in the UK have started to drop which economists have highlighted as a concern for the UK’s job market. Comments from David Davis suggest Brexit time-frames could be delayed.
Yesterday confirmed that higher inflation looks set to swoop the UK. With the Brexit bill expected to pass the House of Lords, markets are now anticipating Theresa May’s Article 50 deadline in March.
The Pound is gaining momentum ahead of Theresa May’s deadline for Article 50, but how long can the momentum continue given the mammoth task of leaving the EU in the weeks ahead?
Theresa May’s Brexit bill finds its way through the House Of Lords, with expectations to begin the process of an EU-exit mid March. Inflationary figures this week may push the Bank of England to reconsider the current interest rate.
The Pound hits monthly highs against the Euro and US Dollar following the news that Parliament will have a final say on Brexit negotiations. UK GDP figures released today could provide further support for Sterling.
Theresa May has been given the green light to start the process of exiting the EU. The real challenges for the UK are now in plain sight and the Pound could face its biggest hurdles yet.
A positive short term outlook on the UK economy may lead to a rate hike, according to Kristin Forbes at the BoE, but a gloomier report from the IFS highlights concerns for the economy longer term.