GBP/USD has pulled back over recent weeks after peaking at 1.3260 at the beginning of August.
US Inflation slowed in July according to data released by the US commerce department on Friday.
Analysts at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking have released their monthly currency report; below are the highlights for key Sterling pairs.
EU workers are turning their back on the UK - what are the implications for Sterling and the labour market?
In their search for a ready solution to the UK leaving the EU, analysts are now proposing membership of the EEA as a top option.
The Pound to Dollar exchange is breaking below a key trendline as the new week begins.
The Pound to US Dollar peaked at highs of 1.3280 on Thursday, before reversing and falling steeply following the Bank of England rate meeting, now analysts and traders are asking whether this might not be the start of the new trend lower.
The Dollar is on the rise after Non-Farm Payrolls smashed expectations on Friday
Brexit didn’t just transform the exchange rate, it also changed age-old patterns in the way Sterling is traded in the different time-zones that make up the 24-hour FX market.
The Pound to Dollar pair has been rising steadily over recent weeks, reaching a year’s high of 1.3161 last Thursday.
The Pound to US Dollar continues rallying, its short-term uptrend extending ever higher with each higher high and higher low.
The Dollar is at risk of weakening during the late summer as US political and geopolitical risks ratchet up, says Bank of America’s FX strategist David Woo.
The Pound to Dollar pair has corrected back - is this the end of the line for bulls?
The Pound to Dollar exchange rate is rallying hard as the new week begins.
The Dollar lost ground on Friday after both inflation and retail sales disappointed
The Dollar is likely to lose ground over the medium-term after the other main G10 central banks rotate their policy stance and became more hawkish, according to analysis by IB TD Securities.
The Dollar Index, a composite of the Dollar versus a basket of currencies, traded higher, and then lower following the release of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes on Wednesday, due to the central bank's mixed messages.
A major release for the Dollar over the next 24-hours is the Federal Reserve June meeting minutes, out this evening at 19.00 BST; we assess the impact on GBP/USD.
We expect the Pound to Dollar rate to ultiamtely extend its upside bias with the proviso that there is a possibility of a short-term pull-back now that sturdy resistance has been met at the 1.3000 level.
The Pound to Dollar exchange rate may move in volatile swings today as it comes to reflect the differing responses from both the Governor of the Bank of England (BOE) Mark Carney and the Chair of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen who are both scheduled to speak.
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