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GDP rises to pre recession levels

29 January 2014
Simon Eastman
Today we have already had UK house price data showing a better than expected increase. We await EU money supply figures and a key speech from BoE governor Mark Carney at lunch time.

Focus on the Pound

27 January 2014
Robin Haynes
As there is very little data of interest due out today, we focus on the UK economy...

Positive pound pushes gains, Euro bites back

23 January 2014
Matthew Boyle
Yesterdays big news saw UK unemployment figures drop to 7.1% - a drop of 167,000 in three months and the biggest reduction seen during this period in over 17 years. As a result the markets reacted and saw the pound gain across the board but most notably gaining over half a cent on the Euro and a cent on the dollar.

NZD strength to be put in the spotlight

21 January 2014
Jak May
Yesterday saw limited market movement with the US bank holiday in full swing. Most pairs closely within the range of the USD sitting a little shy from where they sat mid Friday.

Pound starts on a high.

20 January 2014
Tom Arnold
Last weekend finished on a big high for the Pound following significantly higher than anticipated retail sales figures for the UK over the Christmas period.

Pound in a quandry

17 January 2014
Robin Haynes
The Pound is hovering around doing not very much at the moment, particularly against the Euro...
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