Read our currency forecasts and market reports for details of what could affect the Pound, Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar and many of the other major currencies.
GBP rates rose yesterday as the likelihood of a Bank of England interest rate cut decreased.
By Jonathan Watson
In today's currency market report; Bank of England interest rate decision and its impact on the GBP and how the Coronavirus could affect USD rates.
By Joseph Wright
In today’s currency report; News from The World Economic Forum, the latest forecasts from the IMF and upcoming EU economic data that may affect ECB monetary policy.
By Ben Fletcher
In this report we detail the key economic dates that could affect pound sterling, euro and US dollar exchange rates.
GBP value drops following talks of an interest rate cut from several MPC members.
By Daniel Wright
Eurozone industrial production data improves, but not the in line with forecasts.
US dollar is unchanged as trade deal is signed and inflation for December remains stable.
Uncertainty surrounding interest rate cuts from the Reserve Bank of Australia and Bank of England leads to Aussie strength.
In today's market report we take a look at factors influencing sterling, euro and US dollar exchange rates.
By Steve Eakins
The pound fell to its lowest trading levels against the euro yesterday since November, trading at 1.16329.
By Amelia Spencer
Bank of England interest rates, shrinking UK GDP and Brexit uncertainty weigh on sterling.
By Ben Small
Read on for more currency news involving the pound, US dollar and Australian dollar.
The first full trading week of 2020 has been a busy one for international events, which has led to a mixed week for sterling exchange rates.
Eurozone economy improves somewhat while Germany releases mixed data, leading to a steady week for the euro.
US services sector defies forecasts for slowdown in December.