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Will May’s mysterious 3rd option fill the EU’s requirements?
By Ben Small
Is the EU engine room choking?
Tensions in Germany allow the USD to hit the ground running
Pivotal start to the month for the Aussie Dollar
On the 12th of June the EU withdrawal bill will go to the House of Commons for voting, providing some urgency for Theresa May's cabinet.
Mario Draghi is due to speak this afternoon, he may well address the uncertainty in Italy and the need for clarification on the bloc's performance aside from this.
Trade balance figures are out tomorrow which will be key, as a drop in levels could see the Dollar, and in turn Trump's aggressive stance in trade wars under pressure.
It seems as though the potential risk from unproductive NAFTA talks this week may have already been filtered in by markets , meaning the CAD could stand to gain back the losses seen so far this week.
The poor run of economic data for the UK ended yesterday with the news that average wage growth overtook inflation.
Following disappointing data releases from the EU, the IMF report suggested that previous optimism is now dependent on a number of changeable factors.
Towards the end of the week we will see a raft of US economic data which could further strengthen the Dollar against Sterling if come out positively.
Retail Sales and Inflation data from Canada are due out this week on Friday, which have the potential to cause further Sterling weakness against CAD.
As the debate resumes Theresa May faces customs union questions on shaky ground.
Has the Euro’s success during 2017 pulled growth forecasts for 2018 into doubt?
Investors flock to the US Dollar as demand for US bonds sky-rockets and inflation adds confidence.