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By Rob Lloyd
The Eurozone is performing better than expected due in most part to a strong German economy. Problems in Greece have entered the spotlight again on Friday.
The US Dollar appears resilient to the upcoming US elections in 2 weeks but clients buying or selling US Dollars should not rule out a Trump victory.
The BoC have provided clues to forthcoming rate cuts that have spooked the markets. Further CAD weakness could arise unless oil prices pick up their pace.
With Theresa May's announcement of Article 50 came Sterling weakness. Philip Hammond provides some clues as to how he plans to stimulate the economy.
The US Dollar has made further advancements against Sterling following Theresa May's announcement of Article 50.
GBP/AUD exchange rates took a hit following Theresa May's timing of Article 50, but concerns in China could begin to weigh in on the value of AUD.
Despite positive economic data Sterling has lost further ground against the Euro and US Dollar. Are Brexit fears beginning to weigh on investor decisions?
The US elections, a potential FED hike and Brexit could impact exchange rates this year. Which contract option is best suited during such a volatile period?
Oil prices are falling due in most part to oversupply. Canadian Dollar sellers may want to make the most of the post-Brexit highs.
What impact will the UK's vote to leave the EU have on the remaining members? Could other members hold their own Referendum?
Sterling has found support in recent days but with a number of options for the UK post-Brexit, how could they impact Sterling in the months ahead?
There does appear to be striking similarities between the Brexit vote and Donald Trump's campaign. Could he win this year's election?
Saudi Arabia and Iran are flooding the market with oil which could drive prices downwards. What implications could this have on the Canadian Dollar?
We take a look back over what we've learnt since the EU referendum, with exchange rates still attractive, do signs point towards further Sterling weakness?