Currency Matters Limited

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  • Pound Lower on BREXIT

    The Pound has started the week sharply lower as markets react to UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement that the UK will trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty (the formal Brexit negotiation process) by the end of March 2017 putting the UK on course to leave the EU by the summer of 2019. The … Continue reading Pound Lower on BREXIT → The post Pound Lower on BREXIT appeared first on Currency...

  • Currency Matters: EURO

    Currency Matters: EURO The Euro has fallen across the board over the weekend as Italians voted “No” in a referendum rejecting Prime Minister Renzi’s constitutional reforms, prompting his resignation. The anti EU and populist 5 Star Movement campaigned hard for a “No” vote and the outcome will be seen as  an indication of growing support … Continue reading Currency Matters: EURO → The post Currency...

  • GBP/EUR 3 Month High

    The Pound has appreciated to a 3 month high of 1.1947 against the Euro and appreciated against the US Dollar to 1.2695 following hints from UK BREXIT Minister that the UK wanted to get the best possible access for goods and services suggesting paying for access to the Single Market may be an option. This … Continue reading GBP/EUR 3 Month High → The post GBP/EUR 3 Month High appeared first on Curr...

  • US Election Day

    The USD remains supported as the US go to the polls today to elect the 45th President as Hillary Clinton holds a narrow lead in the opinion polls. It is the general consensus that a Clinton win would provide continuity in fiscal and monetary policies and therefore it is highly likely that the Federal Reserve … Continue reading US Election Day → The post US Election Day appeared first on Currency M...

Currency Matters Limited

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Bank of Japan and Federal Reserve

    The Japanese Yen dropped overnight as the Bank of Japan kept its main policy rate at -0.1% but revamped its stimulus program and left its options open for further monetary easing in the future before returning to earlier levels. USD/JPY currently trades at 101.58, CHF/JPY at 103.99, EUR/JPY at 113.22 and GBP/JPY at 132.00. In … Continue reading Bank of Japan and Federal Reserve → The post Bank of ...

Currency Matters Limited

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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