Sterling rallied further, whilst the Trump administration was in focus. Eurozone CPI and GDP and Canadian GDP are out today. Read more

The ECB announced yesterday that it would extend monthly asset purchases to September at the reduced rate of €30B from January on. The decision wasn’t unanimous. The euro weakened on the announcements, which may have been more dovish than some invest… Read more

Initial estimates of US Q3 GDP came in above expectations at 3.0%, but the dollar had a relatively muted reaction to the print. Sources reported that President Trump is favouring Powell, a dove, as the next head of the Fed, prompting a fall in the do… Read more

Initial figures showed that the UK’s economy grew at a faster pace in Q3 than anticipated, which sent the pound higher as investors anticipated that this could make a BoE rate hike more likely next week. The economy grew 0.4%, up from 0.3% in Q2. Ste… Read more

The pound fell across the board yesterday as it corrected gains made heading into the start of the week and as pressures came back into focus in light of a quiet calendar day, namely slightly greater rate hike uncertainties and ongoing political risk… Read more

Market movement was relatively limited with little major on the calendar ahead of key GDP figures and the ECB meeting later this week. The dollar temporarily reclaimed ground against the pound and the euro as it continued to gain on tax reform specul… Read more

Sterling rallied on Friday after seeing pressure for much of the week as traders took profit and as EU leaders said that while not enough progress had yet been made to undertake formal trade negotiations, informal preparations could begin. Markets vi… Read more

The pound edged lower yesterday across the board as Retail Sales growth in Q3 slowed to a four-year low. Sales were down 0.8% from August to September. Sterling retreated to one-week lows against the euro and the dollar. The dollar gained after the S… Read more

The pound fluctuated as wage growth picked up more than expected but real wages fell because of higher inflation. Sterling-euro ended the day below 1.1200. Euro-dollar edged higher over the course of the day, breaking back above 1.1800, while sterlin… Read more

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