Read our currency forecasts and market reports for details of what could affect the Pound, Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar and many of the other major currencies.
Sterling made gains against the Canadian dollar earlier on this week, only to fall back when the possibility of a hung Parliament in the UK became evident.
By Daniel Wright
Disappointing Gross Domestic Product figures and an indication of future interest rate cuts from the Bank of Canada leads to Canadian dollar weakness.
MP's vote through general election to be held on December 12th with 438 votes for and 20 votes against.
By Amelia Spencer
The re-election of PM Justin Trudeau strengthens the Canadian dollar as the Bank of Canada looks unlikely to cut interest rates.
Meaningful vote delayed until later this week; Germany expected to enter recession; Justin Trudeau wins Canadian Election.
By Ben Fletcher
Canada’s construction activity beats forecasts causing movement for CAD exchange rates.
Currency markets uncertain of Brexit developments; Eurozone economy remains fragile to global trade concerns; FOMC minutes, what is expected?
By Jonathan Watson
No confidence vote expected after 31st October; European Central Bank Governor Mario Draghi's speech today; Donald Trump impeachment enquiry.
Supreme Court hearing discussing Parliament proroguement legality on Tuesday 17th September; ECB interest rate decision today; US Fed interest decision next week, what could happen?
By James Lovick
Boris Johnson changes his tone as he seeks a new Brexit deal; German Government could inject €50 into their economy; US Fed likely to cut interest rates.
By Oliver Godwin
Brexit and global trade wars cause volatility for the pound to Canadian dollar exchange rate.
Boris Johnson's fails to achieve two thirds of the vote in parliament to trigger a snap election. What does this mean for GBP exchange rates?
By Dayle Littlejohn
In today's market report; Parliament and MPs block no deal Brexit; Pound to US Dollar rate hits 3 year lows; Could the ECB be looking to cut interest rates further?
By Tom Holian
Strong Canadian economy ensures CAD exchange rates remain strong.
By Joseph Wright
Rise in oil prices offers support to the Canadian Dollar.
By Brett Goulty