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.
The IMF are due to meet on Friday and Saturday, 189 representatives from member states will be present - this meeting and the minutes released have the potential to impact Euro exchange rates.
By Amelia Spencer
With the Euro's value tumbling, what are the reasons behind this and will the current trend continue?
By Matthew Vassallo
CPI data for the EU is out tomorrow which could be key, as the ECB have stated that recent inflation reports have halted the expected QE tapering.
By Daniel Johnson
This week we will see multiple data releases from the EU including inflation data and the ZEW sentiment survey.
By Axel Dejean
The ECB's next meeting is due on 26th April, after a raft of UK data next week which has the potential to change GBPEUR rates.
By Jonathan Watson
With recent growth within the EU looking as positive as it has for over a decade, there is speculation that the ECB may reconsider altering QE measures more quickly.
By Steve Eakins
This evening the FED will meet, and the minutes from the meeting could potentially affect the Euro as USD/EUR is the most commonly traded currency pairing.
By Daniel Wright
Germany, and therefore the EU, is at risk of feeling the effects of trade tariffs put in place by the US and China, making it more expensive to export to these countries.
By James Lovick
Yesterday the Hungarian election was held and in the early hours of this morning Viktor Orban was confirmed as Prime Minister.
By Ben Fletcher
The European Sentix investor confidence reading is due out early on Monday morning, which will provide an indication of the Eurozone's growth.
By Ben Small
Eurozone unemployment were released yesterday at the lowest level seen for 9 years, further proof that the Eurozone recovery is underway.
By Lewis Edmonds
Following negative inflation figures from Germany, EU CPI figures are being highlighted as a key release today.
By Joseph Wright
Mario Draghi stated last month that QE measures could continue further than expected, inflation figures are out today which could give credence to this.
By Dayle Littlejohn
Today's Euro forecast looks at the potential ramifications of the unresolved coalition talks in Italy on the Euro.
By Tom Holian
With potential signs of a Eurozone slow down, we could see opportunities for Euro buyers in the coming weeks.