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.
Trade rows threaten EUR strength.
By Rob Harold
Euro losing ground on many fronts
By Jonathan Watson
ECB updates led to Euro weakness
By Steve Eakins
Change of tone on the outlook for further interest rate hikes from the ECB.
By Axel Dejean
Euro Weakness caused by announcment from the ECB that tapering will come to an end by the end of this year.
By James Lovick
ECB President Mario Draghi’s statement could shape Euro value over the coming days
By Matthew Vassallo
CPI data released on Friday of this week is expected to stay at a similar rate as previously seen last month, close to the ECB's 2% target.
By Daniel Fozard
The Euro has again strengthened against the Pound, following hints of further interest rate hikes from the ECB.
By Amelia Spencer
On Wednesday of this week we will see the latest Industrial Production and Employment Change Data, which have been coming out as positive for the past few months. This could further strengthen the Euro.
By Tom Holian
Michael Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiatior is due to speak in the UK later today. The topic of the 'backstop' plan is likely to come up again.
By Joseph Wright
ECB members Praet, Hansson and Knot have confirmed that further insight into future monetary policy decisions will be provided in the minutes of the next ECB meeting.
By Dayle Littlejohn
Giuseppe Conte, the new Italian Prime Minister spoke yesterday and addressed issues like cutting tax, introducing new benefit payments and curbing immigration.
By Ben Fletcher
Mario Draghi is due to speak this afternoon, he may well address the uncertainty in Italy and the need for clarification on the bloc's performance aside from this.
By Ben Small
Purchasing Managers Index and growth data for the EU are due out this week, which could be key for insight into future monetary policy from the ECB.
By Lewis Edmonds
PMI data is released today, the figure is not expected to have moved at all since the latest set of data so any deviation from this could cause volatility for the Euro.
By Daniel Johnson