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US ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded the UK’s credit rating from Aa1 to Aa2 over concerns for the future of the UK’s public finances. The ratings outlook is now “stable”, from “negative”. Moody’s stripped the UK of its AAA rating back in 2013. “The outlook for the UK’s public finances has weakened significantly since the... View article >
Sterling GBP/USD 1 Week Chart The Pound (GBP) advanced against most of its peers earlier this morning as markets appeared to be cautiously optimistic about Theresa May’s Brexit speech in Florence later this afternoon. Observers expect the Prime Minister to propose a two-year transitional deal, to start at the end March 2019 in order to... View article >
On Thursday, the central bank of the Philippines, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, maintained what many analysts consider to be a dovish stance by leaving interest rates on hold at a record low of 3.0% and by expressing no discomfort with a national currency that has fallen to its weakest levels since 2006. In the hours... View article >
Sterling GBP/USD 1 Week Chart The Pound (GBP) advanced against the majority of its peers yesterday following a better than expected retail sales report. Markets were upbeat as data showed retail sales jumped from an upwardly revised 0.7% to 1% in August, outpacing forecasts that sales growth would have slowed to 0.2% and increasing the... View article >
Currencies in the Asia-Pacific region fell against the US dollar on Thursday morning after the Federal Reserve signaled that it would raise interest rates again this year and would begin shrinking its balance sheet in October. The Fed funds rate was left unchanged at its current range of 1–1.25%. Although the majority of economists had... View article >
Sterling GBP/USD 1 Week Chart The Pound (GBP) struggled to advance yesterday as rumours circulated that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson may quit Theresa May’s cabinet in protest over her plans for Brexit. While Johnson was quick to deny these claims, the reports of a split at the top of the Conservative leadership over the government’s... View article >
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