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Monthly Wrap: Go green in 2020 : Europe’s most ...

Thanks to activists like Greta Thunberg and global environmental movements like Extinction Rebellion, eco concerns dominated headlines around the worl

Higher level of UK consumer credit may lift ...

After UK car production data saw a -44.5% contraction on the year in April the pound came under further pressure, remaining on a weaker footing agains

Could further Brexit turmoil weigh on ...

At the end of last week the US dollar rose as risk-appetite continued to diminish due to trade tensions between the United States and China.

Imminent Conservative leadership contest ...

Political anxiety weighed heavily on the pound yesterday as Theresa May agreed to set a departure date after MPs vote on her withdrawal agreement for

Will UK GDP boost or sink the pound?

The pound resumed its slide against most majors yesterday, but it could get a boost this morning when the latest GDP figures are published, revealing

Can UK services PMI rebound encourage pound ...

After trending lower in the wake of yesterday’s Bank of England (BoE) interest rate decision and quarterly Inflation Report the pound could return to

Underwhelming Eurozone PMIs set to keep euro ...

Confirmation that the Eurozone manufacturing sector continued to struggle in April could see the euro extending its losses today.

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