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Posted on: 18 September 2013
Yet the spectre of the likely future Federal Reserve chairperson looms large today, ahead of this evening's potentially epochal monetary policy decision.
Posted on: 17 September 2013
The Swiss franc strengthened by eight ticks against sterling, a difference invisible to the naked eye. Sterling and the Swissy were just two of the currencies to see net moves of a dozen ticks or less on Monday.
Posted on: 16 September 2013
A growing number of voices is expressing concern that the pound's recent climb poses a risk to the economy...
Posted on: 12 September 2013
Try to imagine a Britain with an unemployment rate under 7%. That is what investors were doing yesterday morning...
Posted on: 11 September 2013
Every three years the Bank for International Settlements - the central banks' central bank - carries out a survey of foreign exchange activity across the world...
Posted on: 10 September 2013
Yesterday saw Greek consumer prices fell -1.3% in the year to August and industrial production there was down by -8.1% on the year.
Posted on: 9 September 2013
In Friday's figures, payrolls rose by a provisional 169k in August, a figure some way short of the 180k increase that investors had been looking for...
Posted on: 6 September 2013
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney presided over yet another no change interest rate and quantitative easing policy decision yesterday.
Posted on: 5 September 2013
The G20 summit commences today in St Petersburg; the conclave of developed and developing countries can often be an event to ignore for the currency markets.
Posted on: 4 September 2013
It was the turn of the Services Sector this morning to show their hand as to how healthy their activity levels had been during the month of August.
Posted on: 3 September 2013
Following on from yesterday’s sterling performance from the UK’s Manufacturing sector which saw activity levels expand the most since February 2011, this morning it was the turn of the Construction Sector to deliver their August PMI reading.
Posted on: 2 September 2013
After a subdued week for the Pound the positive news returns and we start off September with a two month high against the Euro.
Posted on: 30 August 2013
After all the ups and down of the last few days yesterday was a bit on the quiet side. The main release of the day was the US GDP numbers which came out on the strong side at 2.5% on an annual basis.
Posted on: 29 August 2013
Twerking, the raunchy dance move performed by Miley Cyrus at the MTV VMAs is among the new words added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
Posted on: 28 August 2013
There were signs yesterday that any move against the Assad regime would be messy and possibly risk a wider conflagration.