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GBP value drops following talks of an interest rate cut from several MPC members.
By Daniel Wright
Eurozone industrial production data improves, but not the in line with forecasts.
US dollar is unchanged as trade deal is signed and inflation for December remains stable.
Uncertainty surrounding interest rate cuts from the Reserve Bank of Australia and Bank of England leads to Aussie strength.
The first full trading week of 2020 has been a busy one for international events, which has led to a mixed week for sterling exchange rates.
Eurozone economy improves somewhat while Germany releases mixed data, leading to a steady week for the euro.
US services sector defies forecasts for slowdown in December.
Reserve Bank of Australia is likely to cut interest rates to support Australia’s economy.
The pound strengthened against the majors at the beginning of this week due to renewed confidence in the future of the UK economy.
Eurozone factories output contracts again in December 2019, will the ECB keep interest rates low in 2020?
Greenback drops as the US/China trade deal improves and investors move away from the safety of the US dollar.
New jobs figures released late in 2019 could signal a stronger Australian economy heading into 2020.
This week saw GBP slump against both the US dollar and the euro as uncertainties surrounding Brexit once again begin to haunt the pound.
As the euro enters the new year, the market has indicated that trade will likely be the key focus for the economy.
For many months the trade war between the US and China has been raging on. Recent news broke that both countries had come to a mutual agreement on a ‘phase one’ deal.