Read our currency forecasts and market reports for details of what could affect the Pound, Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar and many of the other major currencies.
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By Daniel Johnson
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BOC Raise rates to 1.5%, although the market reaction was muted as this rate increase was widely expected.
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EU to enter trade war with US.
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The issue of the Irish border, and what will happen to it after Brexit needs to be resolved before progress can be made, once there is a decision on this we may see the Pound gain some value.
PMI data is released today, the figure is not expected to have moved at all since the latest set of data so any deviation from this could cause volatility for the Euro.
President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is due to speak today, investors will look to this speech for hints at further monetary policy changes.
Following a run of negative economic data for the UK is an interest rate hike from the Bank of England off the cards?
Germany has concerns about potential Eurozone reform putting too much pressure on the German economy to bail out smaller less affluent countries.
Negative retails sales and GDP data from the UK, paired with very positive news from the US has caused the Pound to fall against the Dollar significantly.
Canadian unemployment data is due out this Friday, which has the potential to impact CAD rates as it could play a part in future monetary policy.