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Donald Trump has arrived in the UK to meet with Theresa May during a volatile week for UK politics.
By Ben Fletcher
The European Commission yesterday cut their growth forecasts for the Eurozone as tensions with the US and rising oil prices raise concerns.
US consumer prices rose 0.1% in June according to data released yesterday. What does this mean for GBPUSD exchange rates?
The Aussie has been up and down throughout the course of the week as China comes under pressure from US trade tariffs.
Brexit March and May under pressure
The Euro could find itself under pressure in the medium term as leaders in the EU discuss the unrest caused by immigration issues within the EU.
Major week of data in the US.
The updated Brexit bill is due to be debated in the House of Commons on 12th June, which is likely to have an impact on confidence in the UK's exit strategy and therefore Sterling.
Giuseppe Conte, the new Italian Prime Minister spoke yesterday and addressed issues like cutting tax, introducing new benefit payments and curbing immigration.
The Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count is due toward the end of this week, which could have an impact on the markets with oil at a multi-year high.
Trade balance figures for Australia are released tomorrow, which could show an improvement on previous figures following positive GDP data released int he
Yesterday the House of Lords voted to stay in the EU's single market. What does this mean for Brexit?
Northern European Countries have shared their concerns about bailing out failing economies in Draghi's reform plan, we could see some further information from Merkel and Draghi in the next few weeks.
Trump withdraws from the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement. How the rest of the world reacts to this could impact the Dollar, potentially strengthening it as a safe haven currency.
We could see further New Zealand Dollar weakness in the coming months, as the RBNZ suggest that another interest rate hike is unlikely to occur until the third quarter of 2019.