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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson causes sterling volatility as he stated yesterday on Brexit, 'Leaving without a deal would be a good outcome for the UK'.
By Dayle Littlejohn
This week could prove volatile for sterling as Brexit negotiations restart on the Tuesday and key UK economic data is released throughout the week.
Sterling boosted by Boris Johnson's speech earlier this week, but could the remaining points of contention around Brexit bring it back down again?
Sterling hold at 1.11 against the euro as poor UK economic data and the lack of progress in Brexit talks weigh on GBP.
Sterling has broken through 1.19 against the euro on the interbank market this morning, ahead of this Thursday’s UK general election.
Sterling continues to show a strong hand during the early part of this week, as the odds of a 'No Deal' Brexit remain low ahead of next Thursday's UK general election.
The pound marched on against the euro and reached a 6-month high despite a drop in GDP.
Boris heads to Ireland for last gasp Brexit talks before EU summit next week; Factors impacting EUR/GBP rates this week; Is a US interest rate cut on the horizon?
Boris Johnson's fails to achieve two thirds of the vote in parliament to trigger a snap election. What does this mean for GBP exchange rates?
Sterling remains at lows against other major currencies as Brexit and political uncertainty weigh on GBP. Is the pound likely to fall further?
ECB President Mario Draghi indicated further stimulus is needed to raise EU growth and inflation.
President Trump announced that another $300bn tariffs are set to come into action in September, potentially making a trade deal in the future less likely.
A volatile week for the Australian Dollar as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand surprises markets with a 50 basis point interest rate cut. Will the Reserve Bank of Australia follow suit?
Is Boris Johnson heading for No10 and how could this impact sterling exchange rates?
Inflation in the eurozone is a major concern for ECB President Mario Draghi.