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Sterling supported by recent YouGov poll which details a 14 point lead for the Conservative Party over Labour.
By Daniel Wright
Sterling moves higher against the euro despite Germany's better than expected Q3 GDP statistics.
US dollar weakens as President Trump offers little clarity on whether 'first phase' trade truce with China will be signed.
Concerning unemployment data and wage growth figures weigh on the Australian dollar.
The pound fell slightly against the euro due to election uncertainty and the Bank of England's downgrade of growth forecasts.
European Central Bank to continue current monetary policy despite Eurozone economy accelerating slightly in October.
US dollar bolstered as the US and China look set to sign “first phase” agreement this month.
Reserve Bank of Australia signals further rate cuts in 2020, despite promising trade surplus data.
Sterling strengthens against the euro, US dollar and Canadian dollar as the EU extends the Brexit deadline. UK to hold elections on the 12th December to break parliament deadlock.
Eurozone Gross Domestic Product figures for Q3 were better than expected at 0.2% as inflation falls further below ECB target.
US Federal Reserve cuts interest rates from 1.75% to 1.5%. US China trade pact may not be signed in November as previously hoped.
Disappointing Gross Domestic Product figures and an indication of future interest rate cuts from the Bank of Canada leads to Canadian dollar weakness.
The pound fell this week from its 5 month high as PM Johnson was unable to pass his revised Brexit deal through parliament.
Euro gains against sterling despite Eurozone growth slowing further and Germany entering a potential recession.
Sterling slides against the US dollar despite potential US Federal Reserve interest rate cut.