GBP/USD has broken out of its previous range and run up to the 1.2950s, following Theresa May’s calling of a snap general election in June.
TD Securities have released their latest set of forecasts in which they have promulgated their FX vision for the next two years.
The US Dollar was little changed after the release of US Q1 GDP data despite results showing a much deeper slowdown than analysts had forecast.
The Pound has shrugged off worse-than-expected GDP data and is continuing to rise.
US tax cuts are likely to come with a hefty price tag, which will eventually weigh on the Dollar, argues HSBC’s David Bloom.
The Pound is to remain weak during 2017 due to ‘imbalances’ in the economy and "political instability", argues HSBC’s David Bloom.
The Pound to US Dollar is showing upside potential after last week’s general election-fuelled rally, and we estimate a new target at 1.3115 for the pair.
Poor data has put a pin in the Pound's recent rise - is it just a blip on the road or a major turning point?
Sterling has just had one of its biggest days in history but where next for the currency as the dust settles?
GBP/USD is still rising towards the upper border of a large symmetrical triangle which has been forming since the rebound off the October lows, can it overcome heavy resistance and breakout higher?
GBP/USD continues bobbing up and down in a 75-pip range above 1.2500 and 1.2575.
Donald Trump has said he wants a weaker Dollar, what are the ways in which he might go about achieving it?
The Pound to Dollar exchange rate has broken above a key level and looks set to rise to 1.2600.
Janet Yellen may have nudged the wheel a few degrees ‘hawkish’ on Monday evening when she addressed students at Michigan State University.
GBP/USD has been trading sideways since last autumn as Brexit uncertainty and it now appears to be moving lower in its latest twist and turn.
The Dollar weakened marginally following the release of data which showed Manufacturing sentiment rolling over.
In the week ahead, the Pound could consolidate its lead if Purchasing Manager Surveys (PMI’s) beat expectations and the Dollar remains vulnerable to downside as bears look for chinks in the data as an excuse to sell.
Dollar bulls clinging to the hope that USD will turn around in the next month after the Trump deflation decline or those poised to buy the currency at a discount may be in for a disappointment, argue strategists at UBS.
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