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Jeremy Corbyn and Joe Swinson campaign speaches to take place today as party leaders try to chip away Conservative lead in the election polls.
By Ben Small
Sterling continues its gradual climb against its major currency counterparts; Investor confidence in the Eurozone grows; US dollar loses ground against its major currency counterparts.
Sterling exchange rates: Pound finds some stability after last weeks heavy losses sitting at 1.08 against the euro on the interbank exchange.
French, German and Spanish economic data in the spotlight as the Eurozone struggles to stimulate investor appetite.
As some economists predict a global recession, could Federal Reserve to cut rates twice in a row?
Aussie key employment data managed to hold below 5.5% at 5.2%.
European Union could use threats of increased French custom checks to heighten pressure on the new UK PM.
Growth forecasts remain unchanged amid global trade tensions, is the EU commission’s optimism justified?
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's comments hint at potential interest rate cuts.
The Pound loses ground to the AUD as Australia's largest trading partner, China, posts positive jump in imports.
The battle for Conservative leadership continues with both Johnson and Hunt promoting their plans to boost the economy.
After nearly 2 decades of negotiations, the European Commission finally reached a new trade agreement with the Mercosur.
US / China trade talks took a turn for the better over the weekend which may well mark a change in trend for the US dollar.
Chinese manufacturing data surprised the markets with a contraction in output which could result in AUD volatility.
UK trade figures and key GDP numbers released this morning.