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.
As the spread of Covid-19 continues to impact the world's economy, measures are being taken by centrals banks to limit the damage.
By Daniel Wright
Global measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus increase, with UK PM Boris Johnson calling an emergency cobra meeting and President Trump banning all travel to and from mainland Europe.
RBA announces interest rate cut, with more easing projected for future but manages to produce positive GDP figure for Q4 2019
USD took a hit as the odds of a Fed reserve interest rate cut, and fears surrounding the spread of Coronavirus mounted.
Negative German services data, German composite PMI and Eurozone services PMI have all led to a drop in the value of EUR.
The likelihood of a Bank of England rate cut has increased this week as a result of fears surrounding Coronavirus and Brexit negotiations.
What has affected sterling, euro, US dollar and Australian dollar exchange rates this week?
In this week's report, we cover how economic data releases, trade negotiations and the Cornavirus have impacted global exchange rates.
What has affected sterling, euro, US dollar and Australian dollar exhange rates this week?
With fears of a no deal Brexit looming again, the GBP continues to struggle against other major currencies.
German, French and Italian economic data releases fail to provide market confidence in the Eurozone causing the euro to drop in value.
The USD makes strong advances against other major currencies due to positive economic data. Can the dollar hold on to its gains?
The Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates on hold whilst providing an optimistic outlook for the Australian economy.
After sterling's loss of value on Monday, reaching a 6-week low against the dollar, the pound regained the mojority of its losses during yesterday's trading.
The pound has strengthened during the week with two key events influencing rates; the latest Bank of England interest rate decision and Brexit.