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All eyes are on Thursday and the pending interest rate decision from the Bank of England
By Jonathan Watson
Higher tier Eurozone data releases to begin the week, and both the UK and US are due to release their latest interest rate decisions later on.
US GDP data picks up to the best in 4 years leading to continued strength for the Dollar.
Busy week ahead for the Kiwi, multiple data releases including unemployment figures have the potential to cause NZD volatility.
Sterling falls following Johnson's resignation due to lack of confidence in UK Government's ability to deliver on Brexit.
Euro rises on Mario Draghi speech about the success of current quantitative easing measures in the EU.
US Dollar rises following data fresh Brexit related uncertainty in the UK and EU.
Australian Dollar fights back following political uncertainty in the UK, with the resignation of David David and Boris Johnson over the past 2 days.
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The Pound found some support yesterday following reports that suggested the UK will remain tied to the Customs Union until 2021.
Italian politics remains a red flag for investors and the Euro as the concerns raised this week continue.
Speakers for the US Federal Reserve are likely to shape US Dollar exchange rates today.