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As Brexit continues to weigh heavily on the Pound, the concerns over the future of the UK Financial Services sector are holding back Sterling exchange rates.
By Amelia Spencer
Mario Draghi's comments yesterday suggested that the currency QE measures in place could be coming to an end as early as September.
Today we will see Nonfarm payroll data amongst other data releases for the US, this is a key factor for US exchange rates and as such we could see some volatility this afternoon.
CAD strengthened against USD and GBP yesterday as Trump's import tariffs were announced, with the exception of Canada and Mexico for the time being.
The Pound weakened against its major currency counterparts at the end of last week, after the UK received a host of disappointing economic data on Friday.
The Euro finished last week up against the Pound after disappointing economic data and ongoing Brexit negotiations weighing down Sterling.
With recent wage inflation data coming out at the best it's been for 8 years, investors are flocking to the US Dollar as further interest rate hikes appear more likely.
A more optimistic quarterly Monetary Policy Statement released on Friday helped AUD gain against GBP despite no further interest take hikes from the RBA.
The Pound has come under pressure following the appearance of a leaked Government report suggesting that the UK will be worse off following Brexit.
Recent figures for the final quarter of 2017 came out at 2.6%, less than expected, which caused the Euro to weaken along with a raft of negative data.
The Dollar weakened against Sterling and the Euro overnight, which could be attributed to the less than totally positive response to Trump's speech.
Poor Retail Sales and Inflation figures out last week has added pressure to CAD amid ongoing uncertainty surrounding NAFTA trade talks
Weaker than expected UK Retail Sales data and comments from French President Emmanuel Macron have caused Sterling weakness.
With the announcement that the Social Democratic party will commence talks with Angela Merkel and the CDP, we could see EUR benefit from developments.
The already struggling Dollar now has a Government shutdown to deal with which is likely to cause volatility in the currency until the issue is resolved.