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Economists predict that the impact of COVID-19 will cause the UK economy to shrink by 8.7% in 2020.
By Ben Fletcher
Ahead of the Bank of England's next policy meeting, there have been rumblings that indicate the BoE may shift their policy focus.
As the coronavirus lockdown continues, the US Dollar and Euro have strengthened over the Pound.
As the FTSE 100 found some restbite yesterday, sterling mounted a comeback against the euro reaching highs of 1.10 before surrendering its gains in the afternoon's trading session.
Spokesman for Downing Street confirms no extension past the Brexit December dealine as France expresses that it will not be 'blackmailed' into a bad deal.
Further Brexit trade comments weighs on the pound despite UK inflation figures and employment data painting a good picture of the UK economy.
Sterling finished last week at a 2020 low against the US dollar as strong economic data strengthens the USD.
In today’s currency report; News from The World Economic Forum, the latest forecasts from the IMF and upcoming EU economic data that may affect ECB monetary policy.
Read on for more currency news involving the pound, US dollar and Australian dollar.
Meaningful vote delayed until later this week; Germany expected to enter recession; Justin Trudeau wins Canadian Election.
No confidence vote expected after 31st October; European Central Bank Governor Mario Draghi's speech today; Donald Trump impeachment enquiry.
Brexit developments emerge from the G7 Summit as Boris Johnson and Donald Trump discuss future trade relationship.
Italian party Five Star Movement looks to form government to hold onto power by today's deadline.
Trump continues to pressure Fed Chairmen Jerome Powell to cut interest rates amid US China trade war.
Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe shares concerns for the global economy,