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UK PMI data released this week to potentially affect GBP rates, a slight improvement is expected.
By Steve Eakins
As the SPD agree to reform the coalition Government with Angela Merkel, political instability within Germany seems to be close to a resolution.
Trump's promises to put in place import tariffs could in the short term have a positive affect on USD as investors put funds into the safe haven currency.
Following Brexit negotiations putting pressure on Sterling, and CHF being more in demand because of global political uncertainty we are now seeing the worst time to buy Swiss Francs with Sterling in 5 months.
How will the planned series of Brexit speeches from Cabinet members over the coming weeks affect Sterling exchange rates?
With Wednesday's EU GDP figures expected to be positive Steve Eakins looks at how this could affect Euro exchange rates.
With GBPUSD rates having dropped by nearly 2% in the last week, Steve Eakins looks at the what's ahead for the US Dollar.
The GBPCHF rate has been affected by Brexit news, UK growth forecasts and lastly the stock market fall, but with Swiss CPI data coming out lower than expected, what's next for the Swiss Franc?
The Pound's value has continued to climb this week, with Sterling exchange rates at multi-month highs against many of the major currencies.
We are currently seeing the best time to buy USD 18 months, owing to recent negative news including the Government shut down over budget disagreements.
Mario Draghi has previously been coy about future monetary policy, but the ECB is meeting today to discuss this so any change is likely to affect the Euro.
Business confidence figures and retails sales data are released today and tomorrow which are both expected to contract which could further weaken CHF.
We have seen a surge in Sterling’s value during the last week with GBPEUR rates nearing a 5 week high and GBPUSD rates now sitting near a 1 year high.
Comments released by Goldman Sachs yesterday suggested that USD isn't expected to gain significantly throughout 2018 which has weakened the Dollar.
As Angela Merkel continues to negotiate with other parties to form a coalition government, the speed in which this is confirmed is likely to affect EUR.