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Sterling fell this morning after Britain’s lower house of parliament approved legislation on Tuesday that gives ministers the power to break its divorce agreement with the European Union. The UK Internal Market Bill, which ministers acknowledge breaks international law, was approved by 340 votes to 256 in the House of Commons and now passes to […]

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British consumer confidence ticked up in September to its highest level since the coronavirus lockdown started in March, but it remains well below its pre-pandemic levels, a survey showed this morning. The GfK Consumer Confidence Barometer rose unexpectedly to -25 in September from -27 in August. A poll of economists had pointed to an unchanged […]

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Sterling had a turnaround of fortunes towards the end of the European session on Wednesday, rising as much as 0.6% against a weaker euro, with investors seeing some room for cautious optimism over the impending Brexit deadline. Sterling had been falling for the fifth consecutive day against the euro and was at nearly two-month lows […]

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With latest reports showing global cases rising above the 30 million mark, prompting the WHO to warn that renewed increases in Europe are a “wake-up call”, the prospect of further lockdown measures being implemented remains a real threat. The same is true for the UK, which along with ongoing Brexit uncertainty, represents key risks for […]

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The pound fell after the Bank of England said it had briefed monetary policymakers on how a negative interest rate could be brought in, before recovering most of the lost ground in later trading. The Bank of England kept its main stimulus programmes on hold, as expected, and said that Britain’s economy had performed better […]

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The Bank of England is expected to signal that it is getting ready to pump yet more stimulus into Britain’s economy as it heads for a jump in unemployment and a possible Brexit shock. The BoE has already cut interest rates to a record low 0.1% and ramped up its bond-buying programme to almost $1 […]

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The British pound held within striking distance of a two-month low before a Bank of England decision on Thursday against the backdrop of a darkening outlook for the economy. While the central bank is widely expected to hold fire, policymakers are likely to conclude that downside risks to the economy are rising for the economy […]

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The pound rose against the dollar and euro, stabilising somewhat after recent falls, as investors waited for a key Brexit vote. Sterling had its worst week in six months last week, as investors grew more pessimistic about the chances of a Brexit deal being reached before the December 2020 deadline. Britain threw Brexit talks into […]

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