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Sterling remains unsteady as Theresa May looks set to resign. Will a Brexiteer take her place as Prime Minister?
By Lewis Edmonds
Weaker than expected manufacturing data published yesterday indicated that Eurozone business activity is failing to pick up in May.
Trade talks continue between the US and China with neither side expected to break the deadlock anytime soon.
Australian economy under threat due to US China trade war escalation.
Sterling rises as MPs pass a bill to avoid a no deal Brexit.
Eurozone retail sales grow unexpectedly amidst Brexit uncertainty.
US China trade war continues to weigh on the USD.
February’s economic data provided a much-needed boost for the AUD.
PM May confirms rumours that she would leave her position if her deal was passed through Parliament following yesterday's 1922 Committee meeting.
20th Conference of the ‘ECB and its Watchers’ to cover current monetary policy and financial stability.
Global recession fears and the impact on the US economy following a sustained period of economic growth.
Trade Deficit Narrows, but misses predictions, pushing Canada’s 10-year yield even further down.
Sterling exchange rates remains resilient on hopes of an 11th hour Brexit deal with the EU.
The Euro outlook remains clouded as concerns grow over Eurozone economic growth forecasts for 2019.
The Dollar ended the week slightly higher against the Pound following US / China trade talks negativity.