Daily FX Commentary

20 January 2017 - Euro recovers despite Dovish ECB comments

By James Mills
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18 January 2017 - Pound rallies as investors buy the fact

By Alex Edwards
United States Dollar: We’ve witnessed a classic case of “sell the rumour, buy the fact” in the past few days. The “bad” news, at least as far... read more

17 January 2017 - Today is the day for May

By James Mills
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11 January 2017 - Investors wait nervously on Trumps Press Conference later today

By Philip Anastacio
The Bureau of Labour Statistics report yesterday showed that employment openings increased in the USA. read more

10 January 2017 - Pound Plunges

By Philip Anastacio
United States Dollar: The 20th of January is a much anticipated date for the world as from that day onwards, Donald Trump will officially take command in the White House. H... read more

09 January 2017 - Pound slides as Theresa May hints at exit from single market

By Alex Edwards
United States Dollar: The pound has fallen again after Theresa May said in an interview over the weekend that immigration and law making were the government&... read more

06 January 2017 - Dollar on back foot as markets await US employment numbers

By Alex Edwards
United States Dollar: The post FOMC dollar slump came to an abrupt end as soon as London opened on Thursday. GBP/USD slipped back under 1.23 and settled her... read more

05 January 2017 - Dollar recovers in London after FOMC sell off

By Alex Edwards
United States Dollar: The dollar slumped overnight following the release of the U.S. FOMC meeting minutes. The Fed hiked interest rates by 0.25% at the last... read more

04 January 2017 - US manufacturing strengthened the Greenback

By Corporate Dealer
Cable higher despite a topsy-turvy days trade yesterday. It was a tale of two manufacturing releases on both sides of the pond, holding the headlines for key data yesterday. UK manufacturing PMI reached 30-month highs figures showed yesterday morning as s read more

03 January 2017 - Light flows to come to an end

By Alex Hartley
Light flows not favouring the Pound during the festive season. Investors ended 2016 looking at the US Dollar with promise with stock markets reaching record highs and with anticipation that the FED will continue raise interest rates. The Greenback also no read more

23 December 2016 - Pound slides ahead of Christmas holidays

By Alex Edwards
United States Dollar: The pound was sold off through the morning session in London yesterday. Month end re-positioning, particularly so in EUR/GBP seemed to... read more

21 December 2016 - US stocks rally as post-election sentiment continues.

By Joshua Hughes
United States Dollar: With little data out from the US yesterday, the Dollar maintained its strong position following last week’s rate hike. While the ... read more

20 December 2016 - Dollar continues to rally.

By Joshua Hughes
United States Dollar: Following the Fed’s decision last week to raise interest rates the Dollar made significant gains across the board. The US interes... read more

16 December 2016 - Sell euros.....wear elf themed Christmas jumpers!!

By Alex Edwards
United States Dollar: The dollar continued to strengthen through the early London session yesterday, this following the Fed&rsquo... read more

15 December 2016 - Dollar jumps after Fed rate hike

By Corporate Dealer
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates yesterday for only the second time since 2008’s Financial Crisis hiking the benchmark to read more

14 December 2016 - All eyes on Fed as rate hike looms

By Corporate Dealer
Sterling caught a bid yesterday morning as UK inflation data posted its highest reading since November 2014. The benchmark CPI y/y reading rose from 0.9% to 1.2% slightly higher than expectations and sending GBP/USD through 1.27 to a session high of 1.272 read more

13 December 2016 - Inflation to rise on the pounds fall?

By Corporate Dealer
With no data of note released yesterday traders decided to take profit on the dollars post-ECB gains last week with GBP/USD rising from around 1.26 to 1.27 by the end of the European session read more

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