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Consumer Confidence falls to 11 month low as a result of ongoing Brexit uncertainty
By Amelia Spencer
German Inflation figures released yesterday disappoint but remains above ECB target
The Federal Reserve signals towards slowdown of interest rate hikes next year
Is the Canadian dollar set to fall alongside oil prices?
Dominic Raab’s positive Brexit comments pushes GBP to 5 month high against the euro.
The euro has weakened despite positive PMI data, with Brexit and the Italian Budget concerns the main factors for the decline.
US Midterm election results cause US dollar to weaken.
Stephen Poloz suggests more interest rate hikes are to be expected, but when?
Theresa May downplays rumours of another general election following the budget delivery yesterday.
Worst Eurozone Growth figures released in 4 years causes EUR to weaken against USD.
Suggestion of US-China trade war ending helps boost the Australian dollar.
Highest US Consumer Confidence figures in 18 years helps the dollar continue its positive run of form.
Brexit positivity helps the Pound to make considerable gains against many of the major currencies.
The Euro has weakened against the Pound following the UK's announcement that 80-85% of a Brexit deal has been agreed.
Brexit positivity and stagnant US Producer Price Index figures have helped the Pound strengthen against the US dollar.