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Stable rates for end of month opportunity

29 April 2016
Rob Bastin
Yesterday’s trading was another stable day with an absence of any key data releases. Sterling traded within a small range against both the Euro and US Dollar, within the highs and lows of recent days.

Obama boosts the Pound

27 April 2016
Tom Arnold
So far this week we have seen very little in the way of key data to move the currency markets and as a result the market has been moving on trend and following the major news pieces instead.

Euro slips ahead of ECB meet

21 April 2016
Simon Eastman
Yesterday was a fairly quiet day on the markets with little ecostats to go on, although those that we had, gave varied results. The first major release was German PPI data as trading kicked off, coming in...

Sterling spikes for great buying opportunity

20 April 2016
Rob Bastin
Last week the pound was able to recover itself from its year-to-date lows against the Euro, and has improved further in the last couple of days providing an opportunity to buy at the best exchange rates for over 3 weeks.

Relatively quiet week leaves the Pound vulnerable to trends

19 April 2016
Tom Arnold
The relatively quiet week on the currency markets we have been experiencing so far continues today, with little in the way of critical data, and as such it is likely that overall trends will govern the majority of the movement we can expect to see.

Treasury warns on Brexit

18 April 2016
Robin Haynes
As the official EU referendum campaigns got underway on Friday, a report out this morning from the treasury claims that in the case of a Brexit, the UK economy could shrink by 6% by 2030, costing each British household the equivalent of over £4,000.
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