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Arnaud Masset
AUD, NZD Tumble As Chinese Data Miss By Arnaud Masset - Dec 14, 2018

The Australian and New Zealand dollar plunged on heavy selling pressures amid disappointing economic data from China. The Aussie fell almost 1% to 0.7160 against the greenback, the lowest level since...

Pound Pauses As May Seeks Assurances From Brussels By XTB - Dec 13, 2018

After surviving a vote of no confidence, albeit in a manner that wasn’t as convincing as she would have hoped, UK PM Theresa May is now turning her attention back to Brussels as she bids for...

Swissquote Ltd
No Confidence In The Pound By Swissquote Ltd - Dec 13, 2018

Although UK Prime Minister May survived a vote of no confidence yesterday, which boosted the cable 1.58%, the pound is still in negative territory week-to-date (-0.33%). The March 2019 Brexit deadline...

UK PM May To Contest Leadership Challenge By XTB - Dec 12, 2018

It’s been a long time coming, but this morning we finally received official confirmation that the 48 letters required to trigger a Tory leadership challenge have been submitted. The vote amongst...

Craig Erlam
Sterling Steady As May Awaits Fate By Craig Erlam - Dec 12, 2018

We’ve heard that the threshold is about to be, or has been, breached for weeks but now that is very much the case, with 48 letters having been collected triggering a vote of no confidence in...

Peter Rosenstreich
Bank Of India Spikes Rupee By Peter Rosenstreich - Dec 11, 2018

USD/INR surged to 72.49 on unexpected news that the Reserve Bank of India’s Governor, Urjit Patel, has resigned. Patel said it was for personal reasons, but clearly, friction between the RBI and...

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