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Weekly roundup: Strong Fed hike bets keep USD afloat ...

US data may not have been particularly uplifting last week, but strong market expectations of monetary tightening from the Federal Reserve in December

BoE comments leave Sterling struggling ...

The pound had a topsy-turvy Tuesday, gaining briefly in reaction to the UK’s inflation data before sliding back on fluctuating Bank of England (BoE) r

GBP gains wane on rumours government fears ...

The pound began yesterday making some respectable gains, although these softened later in the day after it was reported that the government allegedly

Weekly roundup: Data and meeting minutes ...

While an interest rate hike in December still seems likely, poor data and caution from policymakers weighed on the longer-term outlook, and therefore

Pound seesaws as Brexit hopes clash with ...

Despite a complete lack of UK data, the pound was on volatile form on Friday.

Deadlock in Brexit negotiations pushes pound ...

News that the Brexit talks had hit an impasse weighed on the pound yesterday, although Sterling was able to recover much of its losses at the end of t

Pound weakened by Hammond’s refusal to budget ...

Further signs that the UK government was divided in its approach to Brexit weakened the pound yesterday.

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