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US dollar weakens as President Trump offers little clarity on whether 'first phase' trade truce with China will be signed.
By Daniel Wright
Sterling reaches a 6-month high against the Euro, at 1.1682 on Tuesday as the Conservatives lead in the polls and German GDP figures are released
By Jonathan Watson
Pound finds support after UK unemployment figures were released and Tories extend lead in the general election polls.
By Tom Holian
Brexit Party announcement and UK GDP figures helps support sterling against major currencies.
By Royston Howell
UK general election: Sterling remains strong against the euro as the Conservatives look to extend their lead in the polls.
By Curtis Hinton
US dollar bolstered as the US and China look set to sign “first phase” agreement this month.
Conservatives lead in the polls, although fears remain present over Labour Party gains and pro-Remainer pacts.
By Chris Doane
Pound to Euro exchange rate moves above 1.16 as Boris Johnson starts the Conservative election campaign.
By Daniel Fozard
Jeremy Corbyn and Joe Swinson campaign speaches to take place today as party leaders try to chip away Conservative lead in the election polls.
By Ben Small
US Federal Reserve cuts interest rates from 1.75% to 1.5%. US China trade pact may not be signed in November as previously hoped.
PM Boris Johnson gets his much desired general election; US Federal Reserve cuts interest rates by 25 basis points.
By Sam Mills
MP's vote through general election to be held on December 12th with 438 votes for and 20 votes against.
By Amelia Spencer
GBP/EUR exchange rates remain static from the lack of clarity of Brexit. Will the EU27 agree to another Brexit extension?
Sterling slides against the US dollar despite potential US Federal Reserve interest rate cut.
The pound finds itself just below 1.16 against the euro as EU leaders consider Brexit extension after PM Boris Johnson's defeats in parliament.
By James Lovick