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By Amelia Spencer
The pound fell to its lowest trading levels against the euro yesterday since November, trading at 1.16329.
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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.
Unexpected positive UK economic data helps the pound strengthen against the euro, reaching highest levels for 10 days.
European Central Bank Member Olli Rehn suggests that interest rate cut and further bond buying could be announced in September.
US dollar remains strong despite a mixed set of US economic data and fears of a recession.
The value of NZD falls following the announcement that New Zealand’s population is growing at slowest pace since 2014.
Following the GBP/EUR interbank exchange rate reaching its highest trading level since June, UK Retail Sales figures decline for third consecutive month pushing sterling value lower again.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi suggests the European economic outlook is deteriorating.
US dollar bolstered by UK’s hard Brexit stance, despite mixed US data and negative outlook for Gross Domestic Products figures.
Philip Lowe’s expectation that another Interest Rate cut could be looming leads to Australian dollar weakness.
MPs could support vote of no confidence in UK Government.
UK and US political concerns help boost EUR.