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GDP Release Delayed

29 June 2010
The release of key UK GDP data, due out tomorrow, has been delayed to July 12th.

The Pound is currently enjoying a positive run, giving us the best Euro rates for over 18 months. Contact us to discuss your requirements if you are considering locking into an exchange rate now.

Budget tomorrow

21 June 2010
Tomorrow we have the new UK government's emergency budget - and who knows what the effects might be on the currency markets. There is bound to be some reaction from the Pound, depending on how George Osborne's new policies and cuts go down in the City.

Meanwhile, we also have the following data out around the world:

Monday 21st
No major data

Tuesday 22nd
0715 - Swiss trade balance
0900 - German business climate survey
1130 - UK emergency budget
1200 - Canadian CPI inflation

Wednesday 23rd
0930 - Bank of England policy minutes
1330 - Canadian retail sales
1500 - US new home sales
1915 - US interest rate decision
2345 - New Zealand GDP

Thursday 24th
1330 - US durable good orders
2345 - New Zealand trade balance

Friday 25th
1330 - US GDP