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The election campaigns have ended and the UK electorate head to the polls. What could the outcome be and how could this affect sterling exchange rates?
By Sam Mills
PM Boris Johnson gets his much desired general election; US Federal Reserve cuts interest rates by 25 basis points.
Market eyes PM Johnson's Brexit plans; Eurozone economic data paints bleak picture for the EU; US economic data and US China trade war.
Reuters forecast no-deal Brexit probability above 50% as economists now consider a hard Brexit as the most likely outcome.
Economic forecast continues to depreciate as latest EU Q2 GDP figures drop from 0.4% to 0.2%.
Donald Trump states he is ready to “dig in” to the trade war well into late next year after accusing China of currency manipulation.
AUD continues to weaken against major currency counterparts as the US China trade war rumbles on.
Boris Johnson's statements not enough to save the pound from falling to fresh 2-year lows.
Latest Financial Times reports for Europe’s economic powerhouse Germany shows worst manufacturing levels in 9 years.
US Federal Reserve cuts rates for the first time in a decade. Could there be a slowdown in the US economy?
New Zealand dollar showing signs of resilience through market uncertainty.
UK economy suffers first quarterly contraction since 2012 as Brexit uncertainty continues.
Christine Lagarde will be the next ECB president, could the concerns around her ability impact market confidence in the euro?
Non-farm payroll data released today, could this provide a further boost to the USD?
Interest rate expected to remain the same, could economic data today sway the BoC's decision?