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United States Dollar – Daily Market Updates with latest USD exchange rates, charts and rate changes in the major USD cross currency pairs for the last day, week and quarter. This allows you to take advantage of any market moves plus the low margins from our online currency and foreign payment partners to ensure you get the best possible exchange rates deals.

Sterling Advances Ahead of Key Inflation Figures

Categories: AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, Markets, News, NZD, USD
eu-flag-2108026_640 Sterling GBP/USD 1 Week Chart After slipping overnight due to increased Brexit uncertainty, the Pound (GBP) is rallying against the majority of its peers this morning as investors await the UK’s latest CPI data. Economists forecast that the UK’s inflation rate will have climbed from 2.9% to a five-year high of 3% in September, something markets hope will prompt the Bank of England (BoE) to finally begin to tighten monetary policy when policymakers meet next month.

SGD and NZD Weaken After Economic Data

singapore-dollars The Singapore dollar weakened against the US dollar on Tuesday morning after data showed that non-petro exports plunged 11% in September. Ahead of the data’s release, analysts had forecast an unchanged reading. September’s number means that Singapore’s exports declined on an annual basis by 1.1%, from growth of 16.7% in the year to August.

United States Dollar – Mon Oct 16: USD Up vs EUR, CAD, AUD, GBP, MXN & JPY and Down vs INR & PHP.

Categories: Markets, New York Close, USD
United States Dollar starts the week up 0.19% against the Euro, up 0.34% against the Canadian Dollar, up 0.48% against the Australian Dollar, up 0.37% against the British Pound Sterling, up 0.67% against the Mexican Peso, up 0.32% against the Japanese Yen, down -0.32% against the Indian Rupee and down -0.32% against the Philippine Peso.

A Higher Australian Dollar Poses No Problems for Exporters, Says Treasurer

australian-treasury Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison expressed no discomfort with the current valuation of the Australian dollar this weekend. In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Morrison said that Australian exporters had adapted to a currency that was now 9.3% higher against the US dollar ($0.7873) and nearly 4% higher against the Chinese yuan (¥ 5.1954) than it had been at the start of the year – the dollar and yuan being the currencies of Australia’s two largest trading partners.

Pound Rallies on Hopes Brexit Deadlock could be Broken

Categories: AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, Markets, News, NZD, USD
eu-1473958_640 Sterling GBP/USD 1 Week Chart After fluctuating at the end of last week’s session the Pound (GBP) is striking higher against its peers in early trade this morning on hopes that a meeting between Theresa May and EU officials later today could go some way towards breaking the current ‘deadlock’ in talks.

The Week Ahead for Asia FX

cny-hero The week ahead should be an interesting one for Asian financial markets, with the highlights being China’s 19th National Congress, the latest numbers for Chinese economic growth, the Bank of Korea’s monetary policy meeting and Japanese trade data. Further to that, and to the events outlined below, investors should look with care to Federal Reserve speakers on Sunday and Wednesday (Asian time zones) and to Tuesday’s US data for industrial production, all of which may influence risk appetite and, of course, the dollar side of Asian FX pairs.

United States Dollar – Fri Oct 13: USD Up vs EUR & MXN and Down vs CAD, AUD, GBP, JPY & INR.

Categories: Markets, New York Close, USD
United States Dollar was friday up 0.11% against the Euro, even against the Canadian Dollar, down -0.84% against the Australian Dollar, down -0.19% against the British Pound Sterling, up 0.34% against the Mexican Peso, down -0.37% against the Japanese Yen, down -0.25% against the Indian Rupee and even against the Philippine Peso.

Pound Volatile as Fifth Round of Brexit Talks Conclude

Categories: AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, Markets, News, NZD, USD
pound-2461578_640 Sterling GBP/USD 1 Week Chart The Pound (GBP) experienced a bit of a rollercoaster on Thursday as the fifth round of Brexit talks concluded with  EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier reporting that there was a ‘deadlock’ in negotiations over the UK’s divorce bill, prompting Sterling to plummet. However the Pound quickly recovered by the end of the session as Barnier suggested that the EU would be willing to offer the UK a two-year transitional deal.
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