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The pound has continued its gains this week due to a positive end to Brexit talks last week, reducing the risk of a no-deal Brexit.
By Chris Doane
After comments from the Bank of England on future montary policy, sterling saw a 'sell-off' falling against the euro and US dollar.
Prime minister Boris Johnson returned to office yesterday, apologising for his absence and thanking the country for respecting the social distancing measures.
As the UK enters its 3rd week of lockdown, economic data starts to show the strain on the ecocomy due to the coronavirus.
The US Fed cuts interest rates in light of global economic stress caused by Coronavirus
Traders look to Thursdays Bank of England interest rate decision as rate cut odds remain at 57% according to CME's BOEWatch Tool.
Weak UK and Eurozone Manufacturing PMI data points to continuing contraction in the sector.
Conservatives lead in the polls, although fears remain present over Labour Party gains and pro-Remainer pacts.
PM Boris Johnson's Brexit plans receive mixed response from EU leaders; Eurozone Markit Services PMI data released today; US Purchasing Managers Index at 10 year low.
Sterling value falls amid London protests over Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament.
The pound remains volatile as MPs are told they’re too late to prevent a no deal Brexit.
Economic woes continue to weigh on single currency as the Eurozone battles the global economic slowdown.
China manipulates its currency to counter Trump tariffs, is there a risk of a currency war?
Tensions between the US and China in the ongoing trade war rise leaving the Aussie dollar highly exposed.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt face off in TV debate as Tory leadership battle enters the final furlong.