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May and Carney Halt Sterling Correction

Dovish Rates and Brexit outlooks hit pound Mark Carney the Governor of the Bank of England speaking in Washington at the International Monetary Fund yesterday...

Sterling Higher as Hawks Prevail

Vlieghe joins call for higher rates Gertjan Vlieghe is by far the most dovish member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee. He has...

US Opening News – September 15th

GBP trades in Brexit night’s range, following comments from Vlieghe North Korea launched a missile that flew through Japanese airspace, prompting Japan to...

Bank of England Takes Only Available Avenue

Minutes to make interesting reading The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England at its monthly meeting yesterday took the only course of action...

Perfect Weather

Hi Everybody, Have you ever had the feeling that the weather is either too good to be true, or too bad to be natural? Forget climate...

Wages, Prices and Brexit a Strong Mix

MPC to leave rates unchanged The only part of today’s MPC meeting that is certain is that rates will be unchanged. However, whether the vote...

Sterling Gains as Tide Turns

Inflation at 2.9%, pay gap to widen There is an expression that it is an ill wind that blows nobody any good! So it is...

Sterling Facing Crucial Week

Brexit, Data and BoE to determine short term direction Whilst traders have come to believe that Brexit is the only driver of the pound’s direction...

Mnuchin And Data Hit the Dollar

Employment report to set short term path U.S. Treasury Secretary in a speech yesterday attempted to talk the dollar lower commenting that “a weaker dollar...

Ranges Remain Intact as CHF & JPY React to N. Korean Rhetoric

Trump and Mattis provide a stark warning North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un should be in no doubt over the consequences should he continue to test...

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