Big week Ahead For Brexit


Big week Ahead For Brexit

The pound in early London trading today as investors grow increasingly concerned that Britain and the European Union were no closer to agreeing a Brexit withdrawal deal. British lawmakers have passed a law requiring Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek a delay to Brexit if the UK cannot agree a withdrawal deal by Oct. 19. […]

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Market Update

The Supreme Court’s decision which took place yesterday, called Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament unlawful and said lawmakers should return to sitting, is widely seen as reducing the probability of Britain leaving the European Union without a divorce agreement on Oct. 31. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was flying home today as determined as […]

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Market Update

British pound attempted a recovery and reached the highest level since July; however, the upside failed to gain traction. GBP seem to have bumped into a brick wall on the approach to $1.2350 despite some positive developments on Brexit front. Speaking at a press conference with the Irish leader Leo Varadkar, the U.K. Prime Minister […]

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Market Update

The British pound was lower today after a tumultuous week in which it plunged to three-year lows before rebounding strongly as lawmakers voted to block a no-deal Brexit, making a snap election more likely. Opposition parties will discuss how to respond to Boris Johnson’s bid to call a snap election after the prime minister said […]

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Boris to try and call a snap election today

Boris Johnson will try to call a snap election today after lawmakers seeking to prevent him taking Britain out of the European Union without a divorce deal dealt him a humbling parliamentary defeat. Parliament’s move leaves Brexit up in the air, with possible outcomes ranging from a turbulent no-deal exit to abandoning the whole thing […]

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Sterling Drops Below $1.20

Sterling has dropped below $1.20 this morning to a three-year low, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s implicit ultimatum to lawmakers to back him on Brexit or face an election sent investors scrambling to dump British assets. Barring an October 2016 ‘flash crash’ when sterling momentarily tanked to as low as $1.15, the British currency has […]

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Boris Johnson set to suspend parliament

Britain’s government will seek to extend the period during which parliament does not normally sit, shutting it for around a month until Oct. 14, as part of a drive to prevent politicians from derailing its Brexit plan, the BBC reported. The move, also reported by the Guardian, limits the amount of parliamentary time available to […]

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Market Update

The pound edged higher after inflation picked up in July, but the currency held within sight of a two-and-a-half year low as brewing concerns about a no-deal Brexit weighed on investor sentiment. The consumer price index rose 2.1% year-on-year in July from 2% in June, above a Reuters poll forecast of a 1.9% increase. The […]

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Snap Election Fears Hit Sterling

Sterling has strengthened against the euro this morning after some volatile trading over the weekend. In overnight trade on Friday into Saturday, the pound pushed towards 1.06 against the euro. We’ve seen a rapid decline in the pound in the last three months. In early May, it was trading above 1.17. UK data this week, […]

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