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.
Eurozone industrial production data improves, but not the in line with forecasts.
By Daniel Wright
In today's market report we take a look at factors influencing sterling, euro and US dollar exchange rates.
By Steve Eakins
The pound fell to its lowest trading levels against the euro yesterday since November, trading at 1.16329.
By Amelia Spencer
Bank of England interest rates, shrinking UK GDP and Brexit uncertainty weigh on sterling.
By Ben Small
Eurozone economy improves somewhat while Germany releases mixed data, leading to a steady week for the euro.
With only 23 days left until the Brexit extension dealine, MPs hurry to scrutinise legislation for implementation into PM Johnson's Brexit Deal.
By Michelle Fox
Pound to euro interbank rates rose to 1.1772 yesterday, on the back of better than expected UK Services data.
By Brett Goulty
GBP remains rangebound as trade negotiations look set to dominate sterling rates.
By James Lovick
Eurozone factories output contracts again in December 2019, will the ECB keep interest rates low in 2020?
What happened in 2019 and what are the upcoming events that could impact the pound, euro and US dollar?
By Oliver Godwin
Following a short surge on the back of the General Election results, the pound has failed to maintain it’s strength through the second half of December in a clear ‘buy the rumour/sell the fact’ sequence of trading in FX markets.
By Lauren Buckner
As the euro enters the new year, the market has indicated that trade will likely be the key focus for the economy.
On Friday, Boris Johnson's Brexit Bill was voted through Parliament with a vote of 358 for and 234 against.
By Tom Holian
Eurozone's Purchasing Manager's Index figures remain steady, yet Germany’s Institute for Economic Research is more upbeat.
Sterling has continued to weaken after Boris Johnson looks to pass Brexit extension bill, that rules out an extension to the transition bill, through Parliament.
By Curtis Hinton