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Have cake and eat it Strong day for Sterling

30 November 2016
Matthew Boyle
Following a quiet start to the week, yesterday saw a much busier day in the way of data releases, and as a result increased volatility with rates. In the morning we saw a raft of Eurozone data released including most notably...

Key events in the pipeline for currency majors

29 November 2016
Rob Bastin
As November draws to an end the economic calendar gets thinner on key data releases, awaiting the inevitable volatility that the new month will bring on Thursday. With no data released yesterday...

2016 enters final month

28 November 2016
Robin Haynes
As we head towards the start of December on Thursday, we have a fairly busy week of data ahead to test current exchange rate levels...

Thanksgiving brings stagnant market

25 November 2016
Ashley Finill
Yesterday was a relatively flat day on the currency markets as thanksgiving was celebrated in the states thus the US markets closed for business and no data releases from the US for the day.

Brexit Budget Statement

24 November 2016
Grace Rae
Yesterday's focus was very clearly the UK's Autumn Budget statement. Just after lunchtime the Chancellor, Philip Hammond delivered his first autumn statement to the MP’s at the House of Commons.

Dollar up Euro down Pound taking advantage

21 November 2016
Tom Arnold
Last week was a continuation of the previous week’s activity on the markets, with the Dollar making gains, the Euro losing out and the Pound managing to make some headway.

End of the week

18 November 2016
Grace Rae
Yesterday was a fairly flat trading day despite being a fairly busy day for data. The day kicked off with UK retail sales data which came in well above market expectations posting 7.4%.

Best Euro rates for 8 weeks

17 November 2016
Robin Haynes
The Pound continued its unlikely comeback yesterday, reaching its best level against the Euro since early September and against the US Dollar for a month. The pleasing rates for those of you...
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