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Today's Pound Sterling forecast looks at the Pound's reaction to the news that the Brexit transition period has been agreed.
By James Lovick
The political situation in Italy is likely to continue having an impact on the Euro, as the Five Star Movement - now the largest party - begins discussions about joining forces with Lega.
The Fed are due to announce the latest interest rate decision tomorrow. The expectation is for a rise, anything contrary to this could have a negative impact on USD.
No change to interest rates are expected in the meeting tomorrow, though the comments that follow are likely to affect NZD rates.
Sterling volatility is expected as developments on Brexit continue to drive GBP exchange rates. Theresa May's speech tomorrow is expected to be key for the Pound.
We could see some Euro volatility in the short term, with the German and Italian election results due at the end of this week.
We could see some USD volatility as the investigation into Russian meddling in Trump's campaign continues with new lines of enquiry.
Hopes for Australian Dollar strength are currently reliant on a change of stance from the Reserve Bank of Australia. A rise in the US interest rate could result in AUD weakness.
Following a positive day for Sterling, after the Bank of England's comments about future interest rate hikes, James Lovick looks at what's ahead for GBP.
As pressure is put on Catalan separatists to elect another leader who will respect the law, uncertainty may be coming to an end which would assist the Euro.
After the positive US jobless claims data release showing the lowest levels of unemployment benefit claims in 45 years the Dollar has been further boosted.
As a commodity based currency, the recent US market crash and global factors have had a negative affect on AUD.
Despite the volatility the economic outlook for the UK is improving. Sterling has moved to multi-month highs against some of the major currencies.
At 13:30 tomorrow, Mario will be taking questions following the ECB meeting in which future monetary policy will be discussed.
Despite predicted interest rates and positive economic data from the US, the currency is still struggling as a result of ongoing political uncertainty.