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Boris returns to Westminster after Supreme court decision; EU economic health continues to show concerns; Fed pumps more than $200 billion into the US economy.
By Steve Eakins
Sterling continues to fall against the majority of major currencies as the likelihood of 'no deal' increases.
Eurozone growth concerns overshadowed by Brexit giving EUR/GBP rates a boost.
GBP/USD exchange rate reaches near 2 ½ year low as tensions flare in US China trade war.
Swiss National Bank looks to control CHF value as demand from investors for the Swiss Franc increases.
Pound under threat as Boris and his cabinet ramp up preparations for no deal.
EUR/GBP interbank exchange rates near year highs.
US data takes centre stage. Will the FED cut interest rates on Wednesday?
Swiss National Bank starts printing again as it looks to weaken its currency.
Sterling exchange rates have been very range bound over the last few weeks, with the Pound sitting near 6-month lows against the Euro and the US Dollar.
Euro near 2-year low against the US dollar, but continues to perform well against sterling.
GBP/USD interbank rates continue to fall. Buying US Dollars with Pounds is now nearly 1.5% more expensive than a week ago.
Sterling/Swiss franc rates have started to climb a little following the recent G20 meeting and positive news regarding the US / China trade discussions.
Mixed economic data sees sterling’s fall from grace continue.
Political and economic uncertainty continues, driving the pound down against the euro.