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20th November 2017-The Euro dipped significantly lower on Monday as German coalition talks collapsed

 
     

The Euro dipped significantly lower on Monday as German coalition talks collapsed

The yen secured a fresh boost from the weakness in risk conditions with liquidation in yen shorts also an important factor as USD/JPY declined to 1-month lows on Friday with no significant recovery on Monday as global risk conditions remained more fragile.

Equity markets remained on the defensive with uncertainty surrounding tax reform and the Mueller investigation into President Trump’s election campaign undermining support.

The Euro dipped significantly lower on Monday as German coalition talks collapsed with the possibility of fresh elections undermining support and adding complexity to Brexit talks.

Sterling moves on Friday were influenced primarily by global trends and political developments. EU Council President Tusk stated that the EU needed to see more progress from the UK to move Brexit talks forward. He also insisted that progress is needed by early December in order to move on to trade talks. Overall sentiment, however, remained slightly stronger with evidence that some underlying headway was being made.

GBP/EUR rebounded strongly from a test of 1.1092 support, although there was a small net loss for the day while GBP/USD closed just above 1.3200 after being rejected above 1.3250.

Political developments will continue to be a key focus during the week ahead both within the UK and Europe. Collapse of German coalition talks will amplify complexity and uncertainty, potentially slowing Brexit progress further. The Euro was the principal short-term casualty with GBP/EUR rallying to 1.1260 as GBP/USD held above 1.3200.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1248

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3209

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3064

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 147.99

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7460

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.9328

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6884

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.8546

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.9013

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.1503

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1739

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

German PPI (Y/Y)

2.90%

3.10%

 
   

07:00 EUR

German PPI (M/M)

0.10%

0.30%

 
   

14:00 EUR

ECB President Mario Draghi's Speech

-

-

 
   

-

-

-

-

 
 
   
 
 
*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.
 
 
 

17th November 2017-Trump fails to avoid questioning

 

     

Trump fails to avoid questioning

The dollar is on the slide this morning following reports that a writ has been ordered for Donald Trump to attend court shed light on documents and emails from the Trump campaign as part of the probe into Russian interference in the US election.

The summons is thought to have been handed last month by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the deepening investigation has helped the pound rally against the greenback on currency markets this morning, climbing 0.3pc to $1.3235, a three and a half week high.

No key economic indicators are due in the UK today with second estimates for third quarter GDP and public sector net borrowing booked in the diary next week. US housing data and Eurozone construction figures are the main points of interest on the agenda

Elsewhere in Europe, Policy developments are set to drive euro volatility this week as at the October meeting, a few ECB officials stressed the need for a ‘clear exit’ from QE – arguing that accelerating growth could justify ending QE even if inflation fails to pick-up.

 

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1227

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3234

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3125

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 148.99

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7533

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.9495

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6892

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.8254

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8658

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.1438

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1786

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

08:30 EUR

ECB President Draghi Speaks

-

-

 
   

13:30 CAD

CPI (M/M)

0.1%

0.2%

 
   

13:30 USD

Building Permits

1.25M

1.23M

 
   

13:30 USD

Housing Starts

1.19M

1.13M

 
 
   
 
 
*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 November 2017-All focus on Carney and FOMC members

 
     

All focus on Carney and FOMC members

It is being rumoured that under pressure Theresa May is set to offer a further £20bn to the European Union as part of the Brexit divorce bill.  As the talks rumble on, it is becoming increasingly likely that the unravelling of 40 years of union will miss the December deadline and if this is the case, it will likely increase uncertainty within businesses as trade discussions will not be able to commence.

It is unlikely that there will be much focus on today’s Retail Sales at 09:30.  As the UK is very much a consumer driven economy, it would usually be expected to be the main news focus of the day, however, attention is likely to be centred around Mark Carney speaking this afternoon and the thoughts of two members of the FOMC, Kaplan and Barnier, who speak later today.  The markets are likely to focus on these key individuals’ statements and their tone.

The Euro has come off 4 week highs against the Greenback, as US data further strengthens the case for another rate rise in December, as inflation data nears the Federal Reserve’s 2% target.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1165

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3152

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3035

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 149.83

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7316

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.9183

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6781

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.7899

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.8101

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0637

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1773

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

09:30 GBP

Retail Sales (M/M)

0.1%

-0.8%

 
   

10:00 EUR

Final CPI (Y/Y)

1.4%

1.4%

 
   

13:30 USD

Unemployment Claims

235K

239K

 
   

14:00 GBP

BOE Gov Carney 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.
 
 
 

14th November 2017-Sterling remained under pressure in European trading on Monday due to political uncertainty

 

     

Sterling remained under pressure in European trading on Monday due to political uncertainty

Global equity markets registered net losses, although selling pressure as contained and there was little support for defensive and low-yield assets.

Commodity currencies came under significant pressure during the past 24 hours with significant losses as commodity prices were undermined by concerns over the global growth environment as bond yields increased.

Sterling secured only a limited recovery during the day with the negative impact of political uncertainty still an important factor undermining support while the Euro maintained a firm tone.

Sterling remained under pressure in European trading on Monday with support sapped by on-going political uncertainty and speculation over a leadership challenge to Prime Minister May.

Political fears eased slightly during the day despite reports that there would be a cross-party challenge to derail the EU Withdrawal Bill.

Bank of England chief economist Haldane commented that inflation was likely to stay above target for the next few years which provided some Sterling support.

The latest inflation data is due for release on Tuesday with consensus expectations of a further small increase in the headline CPI rate to 3.1% from 3.0%. A sharper than expected increase would maintain pressure for the Bank of England to raise interest rates at a faster pace.

From lows around 1.3060, GBP/USD rallied back above 1.3100 with EUR/GBP testing support below 1.1200, although Sterling lost ground again on Tuesday.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1208

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3115

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3059

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 149.34

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7212

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.9125

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6717

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.9530

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.7170

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0546

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1697

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

German GDP (Y/Y)

2.30%

1.00%

 
   

09:30 GBP

UK CPI (Y/Y)

3.10%

3.00%

 
   

10:00 EUR

German ZEW Survey (Economic Sentiment)

20

17.6

 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro-Zone GDP (Y/Y)

2.50%

2.50%

 
 
   
 
 
*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.
 
 
 

13th November 2017-Sharp Sterling selling on Monday as fresh speculation surrounding a challenge to Prime Minister May

 

     

Sharp Sterling selling on Monday as fresh speculation surrounding a challenge to Prime Minister May.

The dollar drifted slightly lower on Friday as EUR/USD tested important resistance in the 1.1660-1.1680 area, although relatively narrow ranges prevailed with the main focus on equity and bond markets.

Although equity markets lost ground, defensive assets were unable to gain significant support with significant selling in gold and losses for the Swiss franc as global yields increased.

Sterling gained support on Friday, helped by firm industrial data, but there was sharp selling on Monday as fresh speculation surrounding a challenge to Prime Minister May and Brexit fears undermined confidence

UK industrial production data was stronger than expected with a 0.7% increase for September with manufacturing output also gaining 0.7% to give a 2.8% annual increase. Construction output data was weaker than consensus forecasts with a 1.6% monthly decline while there was a narrowing of the trade deficit to GBP11.25bn from a revised GBP12.35bn for August.

The NIESR estimated GDP growth of 0.5% in the three months to October from 0.4% the previous month which provided some support to confidence.

There was a slightly more optimistic Brexit tone even though there was no breakthrough in talks. GBP/EUR was unable to hold above 1.1300 and GBP/USD tested the 1.3200 area.

There were still important underlying tensions within the government as weekend media reports suggested that 40 Conservative MPs were ready to oust Prime Minister May.  Barnier was also quoted as stating that the EU was preparing for a possible collapse in Brexit talks as sentiment reversed once again.

Sterling dipped sharply lower with GBP/EUR around 1.1235 as GBP/USD dipped to test 1.3100 support.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1252

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3096

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3054

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 148.56

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7107

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8911

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6628

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.8751

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.6773

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 10.9792

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1640

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

00:10 USD

FOMC Harker Speech

-

-

 
   

09:00 EUR

ECB Constancio Speech

-

-

 
   

17:45 JPY

BoJ Governor Kuroda Speaks

-

-

 
   

19:00 USD

US Monthly Budget Statement

-

-

 
 
   
 
 
*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 November 2017-Sterling came under pressure with sentiment again undermined by political considerations.

 

     

Sterling came under pressure with sentiment again undermined by political considerations.

The dollar came under some pressure following confirmation that the US Senate tax plans proposed a delay in the corporate tax cuts to 2019. Doubts over growth plans pushed the dollar index lower by close to 0.5% before a slight correction.

European equity markets were already under pressure ahead of the New York open and US equity-markets were undermined by concerns over a potential delay in corporate tax cuts.

There was a significant shift in market trends with both equities and bonds losing support at the same time while the Euro gained some net support as German bunds dipped again at the Friday open.

Sterling came under further pressure on Thursday with sentiment again undermined by political considerations. There were expectations that weakness in the UK government would continue to undermine progress in Brexit negotiations. EU Chief Negotiator Barnier reiterated that a withdrawal agreement was necessary before trade talks could begin.

The EU Commission lowered its UK GDP forecasts with growth of 1.1% for 2019 after 1.3% in 2018, although there was a suspicion that the forecasts were politically motivated.

After the European close, there were reports that Prime Minister May is willing to increase the UK settlement payment. These reports increased optimism that trade talks would start and Sterling recovered some ground. GBP/USD recovered to near 1.3150 with GBP/EUR finding support near 1.1260.

BDO data indicated a sharp decline in October retail sales, although political sentiment tended to dominate ahead of Friday’s industrial production release with Sterling still on the defensive.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1275

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3125

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3053

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 149.00

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7090

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8915

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6639

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.7685

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.6829

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 10.9963

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1636

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

09:30 GBP

UK Industrial Production 

0.80%

1.60%

 
   

09:30 GBP

UK Manufacturing Production (Y/Y)

1.90%

2.80%

 
   

13:00 GBP

UK NIESR GDP Estimate

-

0.40%

 
   

15:00 USD

Michigan Consumer Sentiment

84.7

90.5

 
 
   
 
 
*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 November 2017-Sterling was undermined by renewed political concerns

 

     

 

Sterling was undermined by renewed political concerns

Currencies were trapped in very narrow ranges on Wednesday amid a lack of fresh incentives or data releases with the dollar hampered by doubts surrounding tax reform as the Euro again proved resilient.

Sterling was undermined by renewed political concerns as the government suffered a second Cabinet resignation in a week which fuelled fresh concerns surrounding Brexit talks.

Equity-market volatility increased in Asia on Thursday with a sharp reversal in Japan’s TOPIX index from 25-year highs as defensive assets recorded an increase in demand.

Sterling drifted weaker during Wednesday’s European session with further concerns surrounding government instability and doubts surrounding Brexit progress.

The Bank of England’s Agents report indicated that manufacturing growth had strengthened while overall activity was steady. There was evidence of an increase in wages growth as the availability of workers declined and wage settlements were expected to increase further during 2018.

Bank of England external MPC member McCafferty stated that there was a high degree of uncertainty surrounding the economy and that he couldn’t say whether then there would be a further interest rate increase.

After the European close, Overseas Development Minister Patel announced her resignation which had little further Sterling impact. GBP/USD found further support below 1.3100 while there was GBP/EUR bounced from 1.1280 with little impact from a dip in the RICS house-price index to 1% from 6% previously.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1322

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3150

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3122

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 149.32

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7098

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8856

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6721

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.6001

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.7225

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0153

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1608

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

German Trade Balance

21.1B

21.3B

 
   

13:30 CAD

Canadian New Housing Price Index

-

0.1

 
   

13:30 USD

US Initial Jobless Claims

-

229K

 
   

13:30 USD

US Continuing Jobless Claims

-

1.884M

 
 
   
 
 
*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 November 2017- Sterling was resilient during Tuesday despite a fresh decline in UK bond yields

 

     

Sterling was resilient during Tuesday despite a fresh decline in UK bond yields

Amid a lack of major data points or central bank rhetoric, currency markets were confined to relatively narrow ranges with little direction. The dollar drifted lower from 4-month highs after reports that US corporate tax cuts could be delayed for 12 months.

Oil prices were subjected to a correction from 2-year highs as IEA estimates of US shale production were revised higher and immediate Saudi Arabian fears faded slightly.

Commodity currencies stabilised on Wednesday after seeing significant selling pressure on Tuesday with a US retreat also providing some net protection despite the dip in oil prices.

The Halifax house price index recorded a 0.3% increase in prices for October with the annual increase the fastest since February at 4.5%. Sterling was resilient during Tuesday despite a fresh decline in UK bond yields as the recent gains in oil prices continued to provide net support.

There were no major political developments during the day with markets still unsure of the implications surrounding difficulties within the UK government cabinet, although further evidence of weak government sapped UK currency support.

GBP/USD found support close to 1.3100 before a recovery back to the 1.3170 area while GBP/EUR continued to test the 1.1370 area although Sterling faded slightly on Wednesday.



     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1329

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3140

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3126

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 149.57

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7155

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.9026

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6770

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.6424

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.7461

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0319

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1597

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

20:00 NZD

New Zealand Interest Rate Decision

1.75%

1.75%

 
   

20:00 NZD

RBNZ Rate Statement

-

-

 
   

20:00 NZD

RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement

-
-
 
   

21:00 NZD

RBNZ Press Conference

-

-
 
 
   
 
 
*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.
 
 
 

7th November 2017- Sterling dipped as BRC retail sales data recorded the sharpest decline since October 2008

 

     

Sterling dipped as BRC retail sales data recorded the sharpest decline since October 2008

There was some demand for defensive assets on geo-political grounds during Monday with gains for gold, the Swiss franc and Japanese yen, although demand faded on Tuesday as immediate Middle East concerns faded.

Oil prices continued to gain strong support during the day with prices boosted by concerns surrounding tensions in Saudi Arabia and optimism surrounding global demand as WTI hit 2-year highs near $57.50 p/b.

The dollar was unable to make headway as yields dipped while equity markets maintained a strong tone. There were fresh record highs on Wall Street and a 10-year peak for Asian equities.

Sterling gained some support in relative terms on yield grounds during Monday as UK benchmark yields declined less than German yields with overall spreads at fresh 10-year highs.

Further sharp gains in oil prices also provided net support to the UK currency during the day as Brent crude advanced to 2-year highs above $64.0 p/b.

Although there were further concerns surrounding the domestic political situation amid further allegations of misconduct in parliament, there was no significant negative impact on Sterling. Overall, the Euro retreated sharply to lows around 0.8810 while GBP/USD strengthened to highs around 1.3175.

The latest BRC retail sales data recorded a 0.9% annual like-for-like decline for October, the sharpest decline since October 2008, maintaining doubts surrounding consumer spending and Sterling dipped slightly with GBP/USD close to 1.3150.

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1340

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3146

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3149

 
 

GBP/JPY 

–150.09

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7140

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8983

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6734

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.6392

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.7085

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0524

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1590

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

07:00 EUR

German Industrial Production (M/M)

-0.90%
2.60%
 
   

08:30 GBP

UK Halifax HPI (M/M)

-

0.8

 
   

09:00 EUR

ECB President Draghi Speaks

-
-
 
   

10:00 EUR

Euro - Zone Retail Sales (Y/Y)
3.10%
1.20%
 
 
   
 
 
*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.
 
 
 

6th November 2017- US non-farm payrolls rebounded strongly from weak September data with an increase of 261,000

Daily News

 
     

 

US non-farm payrolls rebounded strongly from weak September data with an increase of 261,000


US non-farm payrolls rebounded strongly from weak September data with an increase of 261,000, although this was below consensus forecasts and hourly earnings were unchanged for the month, also below expectations.

The US currency dipped lower on release, but recovered quickly to trade with net gains on the day with strong ISM data boosting sentiment as short-term dollar shorts were also liquidated after trading with net losses.

Oil prices gained support from demand hopes, a cut in US drilling rigs and political tensions in Saudi Arabia with WTI at 2-year highs while demand for defensive assets remained generally weak.

The UK PMI series sector index strengthened to 55.6 for October from 53.6 the previous month which was significantly above consensus expectations and the strongest reading for five months. Overall confidence in the outlook was still subdued and employment growth slowed to a 7-month low. While there was moderation in input cost prices, output prices rose at the fastest pace for six months.

The data helped stabilise Sterling sentiment to some extent and there was also some correction after sharp losses the previous day with a suspicion that selling had been overdone.

GBP/USD found support below 1.3050 with selling interest above 1.3100 while GBP/EUR held around 1.1185.



 

     
 
       
 

GBP/EUR 

– 1.1267

 
 

GBP/USD

– 1.3084

 
 

GBP/CHF 

– 1.3109

 
 

GBP/JPY 

– 149.51

 
 

GBP/AUD 

– 1.7094

 
 

GBP/NZD 

– 1.8995

 
 

GBP/CAD

– 1.6693

 
 

GBP/ZAR 

– 18.5959

 
 

GBP/NOK 

– 10.6954

 
 

GBP/SEK 

– 11.0394

 
 

EUR/USD 

– 1.1608

 
       
  All rates are indicative of interbank rates*  
       
 
 

GBP/EUR

 
 

GBP/USD 

 
 

EUR/USD 

 
       
 
   

13:00 USD

FOMC Member J L Yellen Speaks

 
 
 
   

15:00 CAD

CAD Ivey PMI (M/M) (Nov)

 

59.6

 
   

17:10 USD

FOMC Member William Dudley 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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