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Yesterday saw George Osborne announce his 8th budget as he and the rest of the Conservative party continue working to removing the budget deficit by 2020.
By Tom Higham
Today the Bank of England (BoE) are due to make their latest announcement on interest rates with the expectation that rates will remain on hold at 0.5%.
Tom Higham examines the impact of Non-farm payroll figures and the US Presidential election on US Dollar exchange rates.
Uncertainty over whether Greece will leave the EU is likely to keep the Euro under pressure.
Today’s UK GDP figures could set the tone for Sterling exchange rates this morning.
The BoE is undecided on QE, the Chancellor has cut our growth forecast, unemployment is up and we have had to fly €1million to expats in Cyprus.
With some key economic data due for release today we could be set for another volatile period in the currency market.
On Wednesday at 9:30 the Office of National Statistics (ONS) are due to announce the latest UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures.