UK immigration numbers fall
Immigration has seen a fall in the UK since the Brexit vote, as Europeans feel the UK will become more hostile moving forward.
Federal Reserve minutes in focus
Risk appetite has returned to the markets following the US holiday on Monday and US equity markets closed at a new record high last night.
UK inflation report and Central Banks’ speeches in focus
With the US markets being closed due to the bank holiday yesterday, volatility was fairly subdued for the Greenback, though the US dollar has opened with some strength this morning as traders realign positions.
Markets open on positive note
After a more turbulent market last week, we’re opening this morning on a fairly positive note for Sterling.
Firms continue to hire post-Brexit
Yesterday, Britain’s jobless rate figures were published for Q4 of 2016.
Markets digest Yellen testimony
Yesterday Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen delivered the semi-annual testimony on US monetary policy outlook.
European Commission projects expansion for UK
The European Commission has projected an expansion of 1.5% for the UK after initially suggesting just a 1% growth, seemingly backing the pound for 2017.