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19th January 2018 -Underlying Sterling sentiment firm on Thursday with declines attracting solid buying support

 

     

Underlying Sterling sentiment firm on Thursday with declines attracting solid buying support

Global bond yields have moved higher during the past 24 hours on expectations of firm growth. US 10-year yields at 10-month highs while 2-year rates hit the highest level for close to 10 years at 2.05%.

The dollar was unable to gain support from higher US yields amid expectations of global diversification away from the US currency while unease surrounding a possible government shutdown also eroded confidence.

Wall Street equities were hit by profit taking as markets pondered the implications of higher bond yields while oil prices also dipped lower in late US trading with WTI near $63.0 p/b.

Underlying Sterling sentiment held firm on Thursday with declines continuing to attract solid buying support. There was underlying support from expectations that reserve managers were increasing their Sterling holdings and moving away from the US dollar. In this context, increased confidence in the Brexit outlook fuelled support for the UK currency with a positive reaction to the constructive meeting between Prime Minister May and French President Macron.

After finding support on approach to 1.3800 early in the European session, GBP/USD strengthened to test the 1.3900 area at the close while GBP/EUR rose to test 1.1350. GBP/USD traded near 1.3900 on Friday ahead of the latest UK retail sales report due later on Friday as dollar weakness remained the dominant feature.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1337

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3906

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3300

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 154.04

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7357

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.9061

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.7280

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.8958

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.9026

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.1380

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.2262

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

German PPI (Y/Y)

2%

2.50%

 
   

09:30 GBP

UK Retail Sales 

3.10%

1.60%

 
   

12:00 GBP

BoE Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes

-

-

 
   

15:00 USD

Michigan Consumer Sentiment

99

95.9

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

18th January 2018 -Underlying Sterling sentiment held firm with optimism that Brexit talks make headway

 

     

Underlying Sterling sentiment held firm with optimism that Brexit talks make headway

A combination of ECB reservations over recent Euro gains and a hawkish bias to Federal Reserve rhetoric helped trigger a dollar recovery as EUR/USD declined from 3-year highs as overall volatility increased and US yields moved higher.

The Canadian dollar dipped after the expected Bank of Canada rate increase with dovish elements in the statement, although USD/CSD ended little changed in very choppy markets.

Wall Street stocks posted strong gains with fresh record highs on optimism surrounding earnings, although there was a more measured tone in Asia on Thursday.

Bank of England external Monetary Policy Committee member Saunders stated that there was no significant slack left in the labour market and that wages growth was likely to strengthen to at least 3.0% for 2018. Given that growth could well exceed the sustainable rate of 1.5% this year, interest rates would likely need to rise further, although hikes would be limited and gradual.

Underlying Sterling sentiment held firm, especially with optimism that Brexit talks would continue to make headway and GBP/USD regained 1.3800.

There was very choppy trading after the European close as GBP/USD spiked to fresh 18-month highs near 1.3940 before a sharp retreat to below 1.3850 as the dollar recovered. GBP/EUR rose to 4-week highs around 1.1350.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1329

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3837

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3333

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 153.85

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7336

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8945

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.7207

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.9439

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8908

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.1193

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.2214

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

08:00 EUR

German Buba President Weidmann speech

-

-

 
   

13:30 USD

US Housing Starts

1.284K

1.297K

 
   

13:30 USD

Philadelphia Fed. Manufacturing Index

-

26.2

 
   

16:00 USD

Crude Oil Inventories

-

-4.9M

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

16th January 2018 -Trading conditions were subdued on Monday with the US market holiday dampening activity

 

     

Trading conditions were subdued on Monday with the US market holiday dampening activity

Trading conditions were subdued on Monday with the US market holiday dampening activity. The dollar remained firmly on the defensive with the currency index at 3-year lows before a slight recovery on Tuesday.

EUR/USD pushed to fresh 3-year highs with some hawkish rhetoric from ECB officials, although German political doubts triggered a correction on Tuesday.

Oil prices posted fresh 3-year highs before a slight retreat while Asian equities made fresh headway as Japan’s Nikkei index advanced to a 26-year high.

Dollar weakness continued to dominate trading in Europe on Monday. Sterling also gained net support from strength in oil prices and optimism surrounding global growth trends. GBP/USD strengthened to the 1.3800 area with stop-loss selling in evidence and a peak around 1.3820 while GBP/EUR continues to hold around 1.1200 as Sterling held a firm tone.

Bank of England external Monetary Policy Committee member Tenreyro stated that as of December there was ample time before needing to raise UK interest rates again while a further two rate hikes were realistic over the next three years. She did, however, point to the possibility of a faster recovery in productivity growth which, if achieved, would point to a faster pace of interest rate increases.

The immediate market impact was limited with GBP/USD trading just below 1.3800 on Tuesday ahead of the latest UK inflation data with the headline rate expected to decline to 3.0% from 3.1%

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1247

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3794

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3282

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 152.65

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7314

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8928

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.7140

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.9428

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8589

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0527

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.2263

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

Germany CPI (Y/Y)

1.70%

1.70%

 
   

07:00 EUR

Germany Harmonised CPI (Y/Y)

1.60%

1.60%

 
   

09:30 GBP

UK Core CPI (Y/Y)

-

2.70%

 
   

09:30 GBP

UK CPI (Y/Y)

3.00%

3.10%

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

15th January 2018 -Sterling remains resilient to hit highest levels since 2016 EU Referendum

 

     

Sterling remains resilient to hit highest levels since 2016 EU Referendum

Friday’s US data was firm with significant upward revisions to November’s retail sales data while core CPI rose 0.3% on the month compared with expectations of 0.2% as headline data matched expectations.

The dollar was unable to derive sustained support from the data and came under renewed pressure with the currency index at 3-year lows. EUR/USD also posted 3-year highs above 1.2200 which triggered speculation over verbal intervention.

Oil prices pushed back to near 3-year highs while US equities hit fresh record highs, although Chinese equities dipped lower as Hong Kong retreated from earlier 10-year highs.

Dollar weakness dominated ahead of the US open with GBP/USD pushing to highs above 1.3600 against the dollar. Although the US currency gained some support after stronger than expected CPI data, Sterling was resilient with little in the way of selling interest.

During the New York session, there were reports that both the Netherlands and Spain were looking for a softer Brexit deal. The reports triggered a GBP/USD spike higher as it pushed to near 1.3700, the strongest reading since the 2016 EU referendum. GBP/EUR found support at 1.1200 despite the very firm Euro tone.

UK 2-year yields increased to 0.61%, the highest level since early 2016, which provided net Sterling support. GBP/USD traded at 18-month highs near 1.3750 on Monday as dollar weakness continued to dominate, although Carillion’s liquidation triggered some caution.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1232

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3736

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3250

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 152.42

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7309

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8918

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.7111

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 17.0293

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8781

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0619

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.2211

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro-Zone Trade Balance

-

18.9B

 
   

18:15 GBP

BoE MPC Member Silvana Tenreyro Speech

-

-

 
   

21:00 NZD

NZIER Business Confidence 

-

-

 
   

-

-

-

-

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

12th January 2018 - Brexit uncertainty a significant focus as former UKIP leader Farage floated the possibility of a second referendum

 

     

Brexit uncertainty a significant focus as former UKIP leader Farage floated the possibility of a second referendum

ECB minutes indicated that forward guidance would be re-visited early in 2018. The rhetoric was seen as relatively hawkish and tended to reinforced market expectations of a stronger Euro which amplified the market impact.

The Euro strengthened sharply after the data as the dollar remained on the defensive. Euro-zone bond yields moved higher on the day while US yields were little changed after subdued data.


Oil prices pushed to fresh 3-year highs with Brent touching the $70.0 p/b level before being hit by a sharp correction while US equities hit fresh record highs.

Sterling was initially unsettled by concerns surrounding weak demand in the retail sector. The Bank of England credit conditions survey reported generally weak loan demand while there were tighter underwriting standards on unsecured debt applications.

Brexit uncertainty remained a significant focus as former UKIP leader Farage floated the possibility of a second referendum, although the government rejected such a possibility.

GBP/USD dipped to lows just above 1.3450 before reversing course with highs near 1.3550 as the dollar came under renewed pressure. GBP/EUR moved to 1.1225.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1228

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3551

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3215

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 150.89

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7199

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8695

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6996

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.8517

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8425

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 10.9890

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.2066

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

13:30 USD

USD CPI (Y/Y)

2.20%

2.20%

 
   

13:30 USD

USD CPI Ex Food & Energy (Y/Y)

1.80%

1.70%

 
   

13:30 USD

USD Advance Retail Sales (M/M)

0.50%

0.80%

 
   

13:30 USD

USD Core Retail Sales (M/M)

0.50%

1.00%

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

11th January 2018 - GBP/USD recovered from levels below 1.3500 as the dollar came under pressure

 

     

GBP/USD recovered from levels below 1.3500 as the dollar came under pressure

Ahead of Wednesday’s US open, Chinese officials were reported as stating that US Treasuries were unattractive at current levels. The remarks triggered a sharp sell-off in US bonds and the dollar also spiked weaker across the board.

US Treasuries reversed losses and the dollar recovered following suggestions from China that the report was inaccurate with EUR/USD also undermined by the inability unable to hold the 1.2000 level.

Oil prices maintained a strong tone, but there was a more cautious tone surrounding global equities with most bourses edging lower on wider pressure for a correction.

UK industrial production rose 0.4% in November which was in line with consensus forecast with manufacturing output also rising 0.4% on the month to give annual growth of 3.5%. There was, however, a wider than expected trade deficit for the month which maintained concerns surrounding underlying Sterling vulnerability.

The NIESR estimated that GDP growth increased 0.6% for the fourth quarter of 2017 compared with expectations of 0.5% growth.

Overall yield spreads limited support for the UK currency despite positive growth data. GBP/USD recovered from levels below 1.3500 as the dollar came under pressure, although it still registered net losses for the day and dipped back below 1.3500 on Thursday while GBP/EUR held around 1.1300.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1293

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3479

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3227

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 150.70

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7131

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8725

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6927

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.7929

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8773

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0474

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1933

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro-Zone Industrial Production (Y/Y)

3.50%

3.70%

 
   

12:30 EUR

ECB Monetary Policy Meeting Accounts

-

-

 
   

13:30 USD

USD PPI (Y/Y)

3.10%

3.10%

 
   

19:00 USD

Monthly Budget Statement

-134.0B

-139.0B

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

10th January 2018 - Sterling gained support from fresh gains in oil prices and optimism surrounding global economy

 

     

Sterling gained support from fresh gains in oil prices and optimism surrounding global economy

Economic data releases had little impact, although there was significant selling pressure on bonds with US 10-year yields above 2.55% and the highest level since March 2017.

The dollar held a firm tone overall as yields increased with the Euro drifting weaker, although speculation over Bank of Japan policy normalisation continued to boost the yen with USD/JPY dipping below 112.00.

Oil prices made strong gains with WTI hitting 3-year highs close to $63.50 p/b as expectations of strong demand were enhanced by a larger than expected API inventory draw.

On economic grounds, the UK currency gained support from fresh gains in oil prices and optimism surrounding the global economy.

Sterling was underpinned to some extent by expectations that a Brexit transition deal would be agreed this year. EU chief negotiator Barnier stated that the risk of a disorderly Brexit had decreased with the UK ready to take responsibility for its choice. There were, however, also concerns that Germany would block an advantageous UK trade deal.

GBP/USD was able to find support above 1.3500 while GBP/EUR settled around 1.1350.

The latest BCC survey indicated that the economy was set for an underwhelming 2018 with businesses in a subdued mood ahead of Brexit and reluctant to invest. Sterling edged lower ahead of the latest industrial production data with GBP/EUR around 1.1350.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1316

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3508

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3270

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 151.20

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7260

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8822

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6835

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.7591

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8943

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.1104

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1939

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

09:30 GBP

Industrial Production (Y/Y)

3.50%

3.60%

 
   

13:00 GBP

UK NIESR GDP Estimate

-

0.50%

 
   

14:00 USD

Fed President Evans Speaks

-

-

 
   

18:30 USD

FOMC Member J. Bullard Speaks

-

-

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

9th January 2018 - Sterling volatility levels decline to a 3-year low with the Brexit risks seen to have abated

 

     

Sterling volatility levels decline to a 3-year low with the Brexit risks seen to have abated

The Euro retreated on Monday with the EUR/USD inability to break above 1.2100 after the US jobs data helping to trigger a paring of long positions, especially as 1.2000 support was also broken.

The dollar index strengthened to 1-week highs despite a lack of hawkish rhetoric from Fed officials although the yen posted gains as the Bank of Japan cut bond purchases in its latest operations.

Sentiment surrounding equity markets remained strong with the US S&P 500 index strengthening to fresh record highs, although momentum faded slightly in Asia.

There was no significant market impact from the government Cabinet reshuffle given that there no changes in the major ministerial posts.

Overall Sterling volatility levels continued to decline to a 3-year low with the Brexit risks seen to have abated, although this could lead to complacency and the threat of renewed volatility later in the first quarter if talks with the EU appear to be deadlocked.

GBP/USD found support above 1.3500 and rallied to the 1.3570 area while GBP/EUR rose to 3-week highs around 1.1350.

BRC data recorded an annual like-for-like increase in retail sales of 0.6% for December and slightly above expectations, although strength was concentrated in food sales. Barclaycard also recorded the strongest spending growth for 8 months which provided some element of Sterling support as the UK currency held steady on Tuesday.

 

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1327

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3552

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3271

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 152.75

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7252

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8846

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6815

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.8019

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.9427

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.1202

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1960

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

German Industrial Production 

1.90%

-1.20%

 
   

07:00 EUR

German Trade Balance

20.9B

19.9B

 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro-Zone Unemployment Rate

8.90%

8.80%

 
   

15:00 USD

US JOLTs Job Openings

-

5.996M

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

8th January 2018 - Headline US payrolls growth was below consensus expectations at 148,000 for December

 

     

Headline US payrolls growth was below consensus expectations at 148,000 for December

Headline US payrolls growth was below consensus expectations at 148,000 for December, although unemployment and earnings data were in line with forecasts.

The dollar dipped lower following the US data before recovering ground with markets continuing to expected gradual increases in US interest rates. The Euro was unable to post 3-year highs and drifted lower, but very strong jobs data boosted the Canadian dollar.

Risk conditions remained very positive and US equity markets posted fresh record highs while Asian markets were close to historic peaks on Monday.

Domestic UK developments were limited on Friday as the focus remained on international developments.

GBP/USD pushed higher following the US employment and was resilient later in the New York session even as the US currency regained some ground. The pair closed near daily highs around 1.3570 while EUR/GBP declined to just below 0.8870.

Confidence in the global growth outlook continued to provide underlying Sterling support and UK yields edged higher. Political and economic factors will be monitored during the week, although global trends are likely to dominate. Key positions are not expected to change in Prime Minister May’s cabinet reshuffle as GBP/USD traded near 1.3550 on Monday.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1287

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3540

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3231

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 153.48

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7280

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8906

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6808

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.7623

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.9369

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0698

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1994

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

08:15 CHF

Swiss CPI (Y/Y)

-

0.80%

 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro - Zone Retail Sales (Y/Y)

-

0.40%

 
   

18:35 USD

FOMC member John C. Williams speech

-

-

 
   

21:00 USD

FOMC Member Rosengren Speaks

-

-

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

5th January 2018 - Sterling gained backing from high energy prices and optimism surrounding global growth outlook

 

     

Sterling gained backing from high energy prices and optimism surrounding global growth outlook

US data was robust with the ADP data recording a 250,000 employment increase for December. Despite strong data, the dollar index remained trapped close to 3-month lows as Euro demand persisted.

International equity markets maintained a strong tone with record highs for the US indices contributing to a record high for the MSCI global index. Strength in equity markets limited demand for defensive assets with the yen losing ground against all majors.

Confidence in the global growth outlook also sustained oil prices close to 3-year highs despite pressure for a correction.

The UK PMI services-sector index strengthened slightly to 54.2 for December from 53.8 previously and was fractionally above consensus expectations. There was, however, a decline in the new orders component to a 16-month low while upward pressure on input prices accelerated which will sharpen the debate within the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee.

The UK currency gained some backing from high energy prices and optimism surrounding the global growth outlook. There was, however, GBP/USD selling interest above 1.3550 while GBP/EUR closed just above 1.1200.

UK shop prices declined 0.6% in the year to December, dampening inflation expectations, while car sales were also weak.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1238

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3557

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3227

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 153.31

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7285

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8951

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6948

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 16.7266

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.9499

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0354

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.2061

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro-Zone CPI (Y/Y)

1.40%

1.50%

 
   

13:30 USD

US Non-farm Payrolls

189K

228K

 
   

13:30 USD

United States Unemployment Rate

-

4.10%

 
   

17:30 USD

FOMC Member Mester Speaks

-

-

 
 
   
 
 
*All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only. It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold. Rates are correct as of 8:00am UK time.  CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown.
 
 
 

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