Slight recovery for GBP -Dollar Weakens


Slight recovery for GBP -Dollar Weakens

Sterling rose this morning after suffering heavy losses spurred by fears of a global economic slowdown, but uncertainty about Brexit kept its gains in check. The pound sank to its lowest since April 2017 yesterday after worries about the health of the global economy and particularly China sparked an investor exodus from currencies considered riskier. […]

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Big Few Weeks Ahead For May

Theresa May urged MPs to back her Brexit deal, promising that it would allow the country to “turn a corner” and let the government focus on solving domestic problems such as housing and a skill shortage. May made the appeal in a New Year’s message little more than two weeks before a make-or-break vote in […]

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Retail Sales Above Forecast

Sterling gained nearly half a percent against a weakened dollar today, as traders prepared for British retail sales data and the Bank of England’s interest rate decision. Analysts put most of the pound’s buoyancy down to dollar weakness, with the U.S. currency struggling after the Federal Reserve struck a more dovish tone on monetary policy […]

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Brexit Vote Rescheduled For January

The pound edged off 20-month lows yesterday as British Prime Minister Theresa May rescheduled a delayed vote in parliament on her Brexit plan for mid-January. Sterling, trading at $1.26, inched higher as May confirmed the vote – postponed last week in the face of deep opposition – would happen in the week starting on Jan. […]

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Vote Of No Confidence – Vote 6PM Tonight

Sterling continues to be volatile after Britain’s justice minister said the government would have to delay Article 50 – Britain’s notice to withdraw from the European Union – if Prime Minister Theresa May lost a no-confidence vote. The British currency plunged to a 20-month low of $1.2477 overnight after lawmakers in May’s Conservative party managed […]

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The UK can halt Brexit – Revoking Article 50

The UK can halt Brexit by unilaterally revoking Article 50. An advocate general from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has published his legal opinion on the case. Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona’s written opinion is an independent legal solution to the question of whether an EU member state such as the UK can decide on its […]

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48 Letters Of No Confidence Submitted

Theresa May is fighting for survival today after a draft divorce deal with the European Union provoked the resignations of senior ministers and open mutiny in her party. Brexit minister Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday over her deal, sending the pound tumbling. Mutinous lawmakers in her own party openly sought to challenge her leadership and […]

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UK PM May faces a fight to seal Brexit deal

Prime Minister Theresa May will try to convince senior ministers this afternoon to accept a draft European Union divorce deal that opponents said would imperil her own government and threaten the unity of the United Kingdom. Brexiteers in May’s Conservative Party accused her of surrendering to the EU and said they would vote the deal […]

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Sterling Gains – Trump Doesn’t

Sterling rose for a third consecutive day, buoyed by a BBC report that Britain is preparing for a Brexit agreement by the end of November. The pound has benefited from growing hope among investors that Britain is close to reaching a deal with the European Union less than five months before it leaves the bloc. […]

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Brexit!

The pound fell to a three-week this morning before British Prime Minister Theresa May meets with Conservative Party lawmakers, some of whom have discussed toppling her in anger at her Brexit negotiations. May is seeking to win over lawmakers in her party who oppose her approach to Brexit negotiations, stuck at an impasse just over […]

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