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.
As the debate resumes Theresa May faces customs union questions on shaky ground.
By Ben Small
Has the Euro’s success during 2017 pulled growth forecasts for 2018 into doubt?
Investors flock to the US Dollar as demand for US bonds sky-rockets and inflation adds confidence.
Limited support for the NZD despite positive migration and consumer confidence figures.
The debate surrounding the UK/EU Customs Union and whether the UK will retain access following Brexit is still on-going.
By Lewis Edmonds
Italy's Democratic Left party have said they are open to talks with the 5 Star party to form a coalition if they are willing to move away from their alignment with the Centre Right party.
The USD has strengthened following an influx of investment into 10 year and 2 year US bonds.
This evening Bank of Canada Governor will deliver a speech that is likely to cover ongoing NAFTA discussions which is likely to cause movement in CAD.
Sterling has strengthened following the agreement of a Brexit transition deal between the UK and EU as the UK leave the trade union.
By Joseph Wright
The next ECB monetary policy meeting is due this week, though there are no further interest rate hikes expected until 2019.
US GDP figures are released this Friday, the expectation is for a considerable rise on last year so anything less than this could cause USD to fall in value.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz is due to speak on Wednesday night, following previous comments about future rate hikes in 2018 being unlikely.
Following some worse than expected economic data for UK will the Bank of England (BoE) raise interest rates in May?
By Steve Eakins
The ECB are due to hold their next monetary policy meeting on Thursday of this week, as inflation remains low the expectation is for interest rates to stay as they are.
By Tom Holian
Oil prices fell by 1% following criticism of OPEC from Donald Trump, claiming the oil prices are 'artificially high'.