Potential Leadership Challenge To Prime Minister


Potential Leadership Challenge To Prime Minister

Sterling stagnated this morning after reports of a potential leadership challenge to Prime Minister Theresa May and as realism set in about how far there remains to go before Britain can agree a Brexit trade deal. The BBC reported a group of about 50 lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s party who oppose her […]

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Market Update

With few prospects now of a deal on Britain’s future EU ties in time for the EU’s October summit, any clues that Brexit Minister Dominic Raab can give in parliament today on its timing will be scrutinised. He will appear at a rare mid-recess session of the upper house’s EU Committee as concerns mount that […]

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Pound Hits a 9 month low

Sterling slid to a nine-month low against the euro on Wednesday as investors sold the currency fearing Britain could soon leave the European Union without securing a trade deal. Sterling has slumped recently due to traders hedging against what they see as the growing chances of the currency plummeting if Britain crashes out of Europe […]

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UK Retail Sales jump in May

Sterling rose a quarter of a percent this morning before any data, cementing some modest gains notched up this week. British retail sales jumped for the second month in a row in May, far outstripping expectations as a royal wedding and warm weather helped shoppers put a winter slump further behind them, data showed this […]

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Dollar strengthens ahead of Fed meeting

The dollar edged up across the board today ahead of a Federal Reserve policy announcement that investors will scan for clues on how many more U.S. rate hikes there will be this year. The Fed concludes its two-day policy meeting later on Wednesday and is widely expected to hike rates for the second time this […]

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UK wage growth slows

British workers’ wages grew more slowly in the three months to April, according to official data published this morning which could further dampen expectations that the Bank of England will raise interest rates as soon as August. Total earnings, including bonuses, rose by an annual 2.5 percent, down from growth of 2.6 percent in the […]

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Market Update

Global risk sentiment improved overnight following Italian President Mattarella’s decision to give the populist parties more time to form a more amiable cabinet line-up. Surveys of UK business and consumer confidence for May provided further evidence that domestic economic activity will have recovered in the second quarter, after Q1’s weather-impacted slump. The GfK consumer sentiment […]

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Sterling hits a 6 month low against the Dollar

The pound fell to a six-month low against a rallying dollar on Tuesday, while it held its own against a euro dragged down by concerns about a deepening political crisis in Italy. Sterling has slumped against the dollar since mid-April as expectations of a Bank of England interest rate rise recede and the economy shows […]

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Euro weakens due to Italy concerns

As the UK and the US return from their bank holiday, liquidity and European political worries dominate the agenda today. The USD remains a safe haven as Italian bond spreads continue to widen. The market will also be listening more closely to the many ECB speakers today to gauge their reaction and thoughts to escalating […]

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Sterling continues to be volatile ahead of Thursday

GBP dropped off today as many investors have continued to off-load the pound ahead of the Bank of England meeting this Thursday when the central bank is expected to keep interest rates on hold, and as worries about Brexit negotiations resurface. Tensions within Britain’s governing Conservative party over how to agree terms of exit from […]

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