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Mark Carney Speech Today

28 August 2013
Robin Haynes
Tomorrow morning at 8.55am sees the release of German unemployment, expected at 6.8%, and any figure lower than this will be likely to strengthen the Euro and make buying Euros more expensive. German inflation follows tomorrow at 1pm.

Last run on the currency markets for the month

27 August 2013
Tom Arnold
As we come to the end of the summer season, with activity across the markets expected to pick up again once we hit September, we have this week what can only be described as the lull before the storm data wise across the currency markets.

Australian Dollar rates improve further

20 August 2013
Robin Haynes
The biggest mover overnight has been the Australian Dollar, after the Reserve Bank overnight published their minutes showing that interest rates are likely to remain at historic lows for the foreseeable future.

August not so quiet for foreign exchange brokers

19 August 2013
Tom Arnold
Who says August is normally a quieter month, with much of the world jetting away for their holidays? Over the last week, we have seen Sterling hit surprising highs following a raft of more positive than expected data, the Eurozone come out of recession and the US Dollar fall away having been the dominant currency for much of the last few months.
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