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.
This afternoon sees the Federal Reserve meeting minutes released, providing insight into future monetary policy.
By Daniel Fozard
Initial jobless claims for the US are released on Thursday at 13:30, which are likely to be closely watched by the markets.
By Joseph Wright
PMI estimates for the USD are due to be released on Wednesday, if these figures come out positively we could see further USD strength.
By Elliot Reeks
Speakers for the US Federal Reserve are likely to shape US Dollar exchange rates today.
By Jonathan Watson
Time will tell if the progress made by Trump on the situation with North Korea, the outcome of this could impact the Dollar as a safe haven currency.
Towards the end of the week we will see a raft of US economic data which could further strengthen the Dollar against Sterling if come out positively.
By Ben Small
The Euro has made gains against the Pound at the same time as losing ground against the Dollar following uncertainty about trade tariffs to be imposed by the US on EU imported products.
By Matthew Vassallo
The US Dollar has performed well of late despite fears surrounding Trump's withdrawal from the Iranian Nuclear deal and trade tariffs.
10 year Bonds in the US are currently at 3%, which is a contributing factor in investors sending funds to the Dollar making it more expensive to buy.
By Tom Holian
US Retail Sales Figures are due next Tuesday; the expectation is for an increase from 1.2% to 0.5%. If this comes to fruition we could see further Dollar strength.
By Amelia Spencer
Trump withdraws from the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement. How the rest of the world reacts to this could impact the Dollar, potentially strengthening it as a safe haven currency.
By Ben Fletcher
Negative retails sales and GDP data from the UK, paired with very positive news from the US has caused the Pound to fall against the Dollar significantly.
By Daniel Johnson
The US Dollar was supported on Friday by strong non-farm payroll data that saw 164,000 new jobs added in April.
By Axel Dejean
Donald Trump's admission of payments to Stormy Daniels does little to effect US Dollar exchange rates.
By Lewis Edmonds
The GBPUSD exchange rate has fallen to a near 5-month low.
By Steve Eakins