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By Tom Arnold Over the last couple of weeks, we have seen something of a change from the stasis that has existed on the currency markets in recent times. News from the US of rising inflation put chances of interest rate cuts firmly on the back foot, and the Dollar was able to push both […]

By Ashley Finill This morning the Office of national statistics in UK released the inflation figure for this month, the figure came at 3.2% down from last months reading of 3.4%, which is the weakest level for two and a half years. Food prices were the main reason for the drop as prices are rising […]

By Matthew Boyle

It was the US Dollar that was the market mover last week as Wednesday’s US inflation report showing inflation in the States on the rise…

By Simon Eastman

Yesterday we saw sterling continue to hold strong, keeping at the top of the recent range against the euro and pushing up against the US dollar…

By Kian Songra

Last week saw a volatile end for the GBP/USD as U.S. non-farm payrolls rose to 303K in March from 270K, exceeding expectations…

By Nick Harrison

Economic data has been quite thin on the ground this week, so we have been at the mercy of longer-term investor sentiment…