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    GB UK trade

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  • Article / Yesterday at 22:14 GMT

    US Market Wrap: Few clues found in FOMC minutes

    FX Consultant / IFXA Ltd
    US Market Wrap: Few clues found in FOMC minutes
    FX markets were lively but ended the day still looking for direction as the FOMC minutes proved inconclusive. Meanwhile, the Bank of England delivered as expected, which meant the GBPUSD did nothing, while EURUSD headed higher into the FOMC minutes before retracing to the pre-release levels.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 12:01 GMT

    China back from holiday just as Germany slips

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    China back from holiday just as Germany slips
    Which China bounced back into business today by adding a zippy 3% to the Shanghai Composite index, things are quieter elsewhere as markets await tonight's release of Fed minutes. But anyone who expects any great revelations will surely be disappointed.
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    save travels - and whether it's going to be a Prêt à Manger or VW's diesel-gate, the so called Lehman moment won't be where we are looking,...
  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 11:37 GMT

    Bank of England holds tight as inflation wanes

    The Bank of England kept interest rates on hold today, stating that the UK economy is enduring "international pressures" that have weakened the near-term outlook for inflation since August. According to the bank's monetary policy committee, price growth now appears "likely to remain below 1% until spring 2016", leading to the group voting 8-1 to keep the benchmark rate at its current level of 0.5%. According to Bloomberg, the committee remain somewhat divided on whether to emphasise domestic or international factors, a discussion that will receive a fuller analysis at the bank's November meeting. The GBP fell slightly on the news and now trades at 1.5310 to the USD:
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