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Markets are starting to price in the Bank Of England following in the footsteps of the Federal Reserve's surprise rate cut on Tuesday.
By Royston Howell
Pound remains steady ahead of Thursday's Bank of England interest rate decision and Brexit deadline.
Sterling weakened versus most major currencies on Tuesday, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that he’ll legislate to prohibit extending the Brexit transition period beyond December 31st 2020.
Pound reaches near 8-month high on the back of data projections indicating a Conservative majority parliament in the upcoming December election.
Brexit Party announcement and UK GDP figures helps support sterling against major currencies.
Continued uncertainty over Brexit weighs on the pound; Euro gains slightly after falling to lowest levels against the USD since May 2017; Mixed US jobs data; Australian Retail sales short of expectations
GBP value falls against the majority of currencies as Parliament resumes from summer break.
Pound falls to 23 month lows against the Euro as no deal fears continue to be the main driver for Sterling exchange rates.
German industrial production data shows surprising contraction, could Germany be heading towards a recession?
Further trade tariffs and currency manipulation cause US China trade war tensions flare.
New Zealand Dollar sees movement as the RBNZ cuts interest rates by 50 basis points.
UK GDP provides growth after a difficult previous month.
Possible change in fortune for Euros third largest economy.
Dollar weakens following US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell comments to congress.