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Trade data for New Zealand out this week
By Ben Robinson
Following the Bank of England's comments on a potential UK interest rate rise in the coming months, all eyes now turn to Theresa May's speech tomorrow.
The German elections are the next event which could impact Euro rates. Angela Merkel is expected to be re-elected, but any uncertainty can cause movement.
Although we saw some positive news for the US Dollar overnight, the trend has been for USD weakness and I believe this will continue over the coming weeks.
The Pound continues to struggle in the face of Brexit. With negotiations underway and inflation data due, what does this mean for Sterling this week?
With the German election only weeks away, focus could turn from Brexit talks to who the next German leader will be which could lend the Pound some support.
We may well see cable reach 1.30 levels soon as the Dollar struggles under the pressure of geopolitical tensions and Hurricane Harvey's destruction.
With the Canadian economy growing at a rate of 0.3%, the Bank of Canada is expected to raise interest rates by 0.25% by the end of October.
Brexit talks are now on hold until the end of August and no large market movements expected, we could see lacklustre GBP rates continue.
Today we will see June inflation data and unemployment figures released which have the ability to continue adding pressure for the Pound.
Dollar weakness could be set to continue with ongoing lack of confidence in Trump caused by his attempted legislation reforms.
Following positive GDP data from Canada on Friday afternoon along with GDP weakness, we have seen the GBP/CAD continue on its 3 month decline.
Following yesterday's UK GDP data, and against the back-drop of Brexit negotiations, this report discusses the outlook for Pound Sterling exchange rates.
With current lack lackluster inflation levels of 1.2% and unemployment across the Eurozone, there is still work to do to maintain current Euro strength.
With Trump's outlandish comments and behaviour causing continuing to cause USD weakness, we could see GBP break the 1.35 mark in the coming months.