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By Lukman Otunuga | November 2, 2017
By Fawad Razaqzada | November 2, 2017
The Bank of England’s Super Thursday is finally here and the pound is, well, not really that excited at the time of this writing.
By Craig Erlam | November 1, 2017
Optimism returns after brief consolidation; Fed statement eyed but focus on Yellen replacement; Sterling rallies ahead of potential BoE rate hike.
By Fawad Razaqzada | October 30, 2017
The pound has started the new week on the front foot after it managed to come off its worst levels against the dollar on Friday.
By Fawad Razaqzada | October 19, 2017
This week’s UK economic data were far from impressive but at the same time not exactly abysmal either.
By Craig Erlam | October 17, 2017
Will UK inflation data alleviate policymakers concerns? Three BoE policymakers appear before Treasury Select Committee; Eurozone inflation data eyed as ECB prepares QE reduction.
By Hussein Sayed | September 28, 2017
The S&P 500 hit a new record high on Wednesday, while Treasuries continued to sell off after President Trump announced the tax plan framework, giving the dollar another boost against its major counterparts.
By Hussein Sayed | September 21, 2017
The struggling greenback has finally found a lifeline after the Federal Reserve maintained its intention to raise interest rates in 2017 and begin the process of trimming the balance sheet.
By Lukman Otunuga | September 20, 2017
Sterling bulls were installed with fresh inspiration during Wednesday’s trading session after UK retail sales smashed market expectations by rising 1.0% in August.
By Craig Erlam | September 20, 2017
Economic projections and Yellen speech eyed for rate hike clues; will balance sheet reduction plans finally impact yields? UK retail sales exceed expectations but GBP rally short-lived.