Theresa May

Chinese data shrugged off as equity markets edge slightly lower; sterling under pressure as pressure on May mounts; central banks event sees Fed, ECB, BoJ and BoE heads join panel discussion; German GDP and inflation data get us off to an underwhelming start.
Sterling fell more than 0.5% early Monday, after the Sunday Times reported yesterday that 40 Conservative Party MPs agreed to sign a letter of no confidence in the Prime Minister, Theresa May.

So, all eyes will be on UK Prime Minister Theresa May today as she delivers a key speech on Brexit in Florence.

Comments on Sterling as UK political instability continues.
Comments on the financial markets following the UK general election result.
Comments on the UK election result and what this means for global markets.
Comments on the current pound volatility as the election results indicate the increasing likelihood of a hung parliament.
So, the wait is almost over and soon we will find out the outcome of the UK general election.
Comments on the potential outcomes of the ECB meeting and the UK General Election.
Comments on the global stock markets amidst political uncertainty.