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Brexit Deadline Approaches – Sterling Falls
By James Lovick
Euro Impact from Trade Wars amidst weak data from Germany.
Trade Tariffs Continue to Impact on the Dollar, as a safe haven how is this likely to continue?
RBA Report could see the Dollar Fall, following the lack of interest rate hike this week.
Retail Sales Surge Higher following better than expected sales data from the month of May.
Euro Weakness caused by announcment from the ECB that tapering will come to an end by the end of this year.
US Dollar Strength following release of Retail Sales Data.
Australian Dollar reveices boost from improved Unemployment Data.
The Pound could come under further pressure in the coming weeks with multiple political events upcoming, including a vote on Brexit amendments to be taken in the House of Commons.
Following disappointing manufacturing and services data yesterday, we've seen further weakness in the Euro.
Initial jobless claims for the US are released later today; which could lend further support to the USD if we see the small increase expected.
Earlier this week, worse than expected retail sales data from New Zealand was released, falling from 1.7% to 0.1% which is the slowest growth seen in over 5 years.
The Pound remains on the back foot following UK GDP data which fell to a five year low.
The week has started badly for the Euro after German retail sales data for March dropped sharply and Inflation also fell in April.
With recent US economic data having been positive will the US Federal Reserve raise interest rates tomorrow?