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.
Boris Johnson is yet to put forward any alternatives to Irish backstop; ECB could Change Monetary Policy; Federal Reserve US Interest Rate Decision.
By Daniel Johnson
Sterling strengthens as Boris Johnson met EU counterparts yesterday; Euro continues to fall against Sterling; US Dollar strengthens following attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil reserves.
By Amelia Spencer
Bank of England interest rate decision, what could happen?; Euro rebounds after ECB interest rate decision; Progress in US China trade talks
By Brett Goulty
The pound steadily moved against its major currency counterparts this week after promising Brexit developments and better than expected UK economic data releases.
By Daniel Wright
The European Central Bank announced its latest monetary policies which included interest rate cuts and further Quantitative Easing.
The pound has moved against the US dollar this week as US economic data came in under forecast.
Australian trade surplus shrinkage and Brexit developments cause the pound to Australian dollar exchange rate to fall.
Supreme Court hearing discussing Parliament proroguement legality on Tuesday 17th September; ECB interest rate decision today; US Fed interest decision next week, what could happen?
By James Lovick
Boris Johnson changes his tone as he seeks a new Brexit deal; German Government could inject €50 into their economy; US Fed likely to cut interest rates.
By Oliver Godwin
Sterling continues its gradual climb against its major currency counterparts; Investor confidence in the Eurozone grows; US dollar loses ground against its major currency counterparts.
By Ben Small
In today’s market report; UK Parliament to be suspended this week; ECB focus on change to monetary policy; American economy produces mixed readings.
By Lauren Buckner
Sterling sees gains against the majority of major currencies after a eventful week in British Parliament as MPs block 'no deal' Brexit.
Sterling gains against the euro as the possibility of a 'no deal' Brexit becomes less likely.
Trade war weakens US manufacturing sector. Will the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates soon?
Brexit and global trade wars cause volatility for the pound to Canadian dollar exchange rate.