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Posted December 14th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1798
US$/GBP – 1.5883
CHF/GBP – 1.5334
CAN$/GBP – 1.5975
AUS$/GBP – 1.5922
ZAR/GBP – 10.8225
JPY/GBP
– 130.22
HKD/GBP – 12.35
NZD/GBP – 2.1058
SEK/GBP – 10.7977
US$/EURO – 1.3459
 

Sterling hit a 3 week high against the US dollar yesterday; gaining nearly 2 cents from earlier lows after concerns hit the US economy that left investors selling the US dollar. At the start of the day, sterling dropped after a weak housing survey and downbeat comments by Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Charles Bean. Figures from housing website Rightmove showed that asking prices for houses had fallen by 3.0% in the last month. Lower mortgage approval rates and economic uncertainty were cited as the major factors. Deputy Governor Bean stated that the Bank of England would still look to use additional Quantitative Easing if UK growth slowed or if the Euro zone debt crisis had an adverse effect on the UK economy. Key data released today is UK consumer price inflation. This is the major indicator being used to assess whether further QE is needed. As such, there is likely to be some volatility, so call in for a live exchange rate and to discuss your options.
 
In the Euro zone, the euro received a welcome boost as strong demand from Eastern Europe and Latin American countries helped the single currency post 1.5% gains against its US counterpart. Ahead of a key Federal Reserve meeting today and a meeting of European ministers later in the week, buying volumes were much lower, which can see the market move a lot more than normal. Debt in the region is still a huge concern, with the expectation that Portugal and Spain will soon follow Ireland and Greece down the path of a bailout. Out today there is key German consumer sentiment data that is likely to be at odds with the general assessment of the region as a whole. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, the US dollar fell broadly as credit rating agency Moody’s stated that last week’s extension of Bush-era tax breaks could push the US budget deficit to levels that would see the agency rethink their outlook on the USA’s AAA credit rating. The impact of the extension of the tax breaks was positive with growth expectations being revised upwards and stock markets performing well. However, this would essentially be driven by government debt – hence the concern. This is likely to develop further, so speak to one of the team now about buying at the right time. Later today, there is the first meeting of the Federal Reserve since adding $600bn to the US economy.

Elsewhere, despite inflation of above 5%, China is expected to raise interest rates only twice in 2011 according to a poll by Reuters with a 25 basis point rise by the end of 2010. The language used in Sunday’s policy statement was interpreted by many that the Chinese government feels it has inflation under control currently.

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Posted December 13th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1907
US$/GBP – 1.5740
CHF/GBP – 1.5445
CAN$/GBP – 1.5884
AUS$/GBP – 1.5933
ZAR/GBP – 10.7595
JPY/GBP
– 132.74
HKD/GBP – 12.2450
NZD/GBP – 2.0976
SEK/GBP – 10.8661
US$/EURO – 1.3219
 
 
Sterling climbed against the euro on Friday after persistent ‘real money’ buying (i.e. physical purchase rather than speculative trades) saw sterling shrug off the fact that producer prices had dropped marginally. A large corporate account bought large amounts of sterling throughout the day, which also helped stabilise sterling against the US dollar. It is a relatively busy week for data with inflation, labour market and retail sales data all released over the coming days. Inflation is expected to remain above 3.2%, which will decrease the likelihood of further Quantitative Easing. Adam Posen is due to speak later in the week – he is currently the only advocate of pumping more money into the economy, so call in sooner rather than later to ensure you don’t lose money if the markets move adversely.
 
In the Euro zone, panic over the debt crisis has calmed slightly over the last week, with Ireland expected to put through the new budget legislation later today that will leave the country with the toughest budget for a number of years. A two tiered system has also begun to emerge, with the German economy seemingly on full throttle but towing the rest of Europe behind it. There is German economic sentiment released tomorrow and industrial and manufacturing figures later in the week, which are likely to send conflicting messages to already cautious investors so call in now for a live exchange rate.
 
In the USA, Tuesday sees the first meeting of the Federal Reserve since last month’s announcement of a second round of Quantitative Easing in what has since become known as “QE2”. The Fed announced an additional $600bn of monetary stimulus and there is likely to be no change this month as the Fed allows the impact of the additional purchases to take effect. In addition, there is inflation data released on Wednesday, so get in touch now to ensure you buy at the best rate.
 
Elsewhere, inflation shot up in China as figures released on Friday showed a reading of more than 5% against a figure of 4.4% last month. Markets have been braced for an interest rate hike, but this has not happened much to the confusion of some analysts, as from all accounts, China could be heading for a bubble. Call in now for a live exchange rate, as China’s movements have a far reaching impact.

 

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Posted December 10th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1941
US$/GBP – 1.5804
CHF/GBP – 1.5514
CAN$/GBP – 1.5963
AUS$/GBP – 1.6027
ZAR/GBP – 10.8990
JPY/GBP
– 132.26
HKD/GBP – 12.28
NZD/GBP – 2.1112
SEK/GBP – 10.8962
US$/EURO – 1.3235
 
Sterling slipped against the US dollar yesterday after worries over the single currency and euro zone debt crisis brought the pound down against a stronger US dollar. There was no reaction from sterling prices as the Bank of England kept interest rates and monetary policy on hold. Whilst this was widely expected, it was a credit rating downgrade in Ireland that dented sterling. Rating agency Fitch downgraded the credit rating of Ireland after they recently secured an 85bn euro bailout. The UK economy relies heavily upon the euro zone as a trading partner and as a result, issues in the region can impact prospects for the UK recovery. Sterling was not helped by details that showed that house prices fell 0.1% in the last month. Out later today, there is production data which could have a significant effect on sterling pricing.
 
In the Euro zone, the euro fell against the US dollar yesterday following the rating downgrade and also on the news that one of the Irish political parties would vote against the emergency European bailout for the country. Euro fell by around 0.5% against the US dollar to hit a low of $1.3169/€1 on the day. In terms of data there was nothing of note – today sees French and Italian industrial production figures so get in touch for a live exchange rate.
 
In the USA, a larger than expected decline in the number of claims for unemployment helped bolster the view that the economic recovery is gaining traction. The recent extension of tax breaks has left many expecting a growth boost as consumers and businesses spend additional disposable income. However, some analysts feel that this extension is de facto Quantitative Easing and will add to the deficit and cause more pain in the long term. In terms of data, today sees the US trade balance figures which could see some significant volatility – call in now and speak to one of the team to protect yourself.
 
Elsewhere, a survey by the Bank of Japan is expected to show that confidence amongst Japanese firms fell for the first time in 7 quarters as the strong yen has left international prospects uncertain. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

 

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Posted December 9th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1892
US$/GBP – 1.5806
CHF/GBP – 1.5542
CAN$/GBP – 1.5946
AUS$/GBP – 1.6009
ZAR/GBP – 10.9059
JPY/GBP
– 132.52
HKD/GBP – 12.2878
NZD/GBP – 2.1112
SEK/GBP – 10.8462
US$/EURO – 1.3296
 
 
Sterling hit a 2 week high against the US dollar yesterday after industrial order data showed that the UK recovery is gaining momentum. Sterling also saw some strength against the euro as concerns over the European debt crisis continued to blight the single currency. Sterling hit a high of $1.5834/£1 and closed the day above €1.19/£1 after hitting a high of €1.1954/£1 earlier in the day. A survey by the Confederation of British Industry showed that industrial orders unexpectedly jumped to -3, which is the highest level since June 2008 as export orders hit a 15 year high as the impact of the weaker pound filtered through. If UK data continues to impress, we may see sterling break out of being stuck between the US dollar and euro and begin to make headway against both currencies at the same time. Out today we have the Bank of England’s interest rate decision – seen by many as a non-event given the low probability of any change to policy. Speak to one of the team for a live exchange rate.
 
In the Euro zone, the single currency continued to suffer as a result of the debt crisis, with many investors uncertain as to how far it would spread. Ireland did move a step closer to gaining access to bailout funds as the Irish parliament voted in favour of the toughest budget on record in the first round vote. Any strength that the euro sees following an approval of the budget is likely to be short lived according to many analysts, so call in to speak to one of the team and ensure you buy at the best time.
 
In the USA, following the extension of tax breaks by President Obama on Monday; financial markets feel much more positive about the prospects for the US recovery. The tax breaks are expected to encourage growth, as businesses and individuals spend their additional disposable income and give a boost to the economy. Released today, there is the weekly US unemployment claimant count. Last week saw a bizarre drop in the number of new jobs created so the markets will be keeping a close eye later today.
 
Elsewhere, a key advisor to the Chinese central bank believes that the USA is in a worse state than Europe. Speaking at a financial forum n Beijing, Li Daokui stated that for the next 2 years, the US dollar will be a safe investment, but as the Euro zone situation stabilises, the US will come under scrutiny assets will experience serious declines.

 

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Posted December 8th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1894
US$/GBP – 1.5708
CHF/GBP – 1.5514
CAN$/GBP – 1.5901
AUS$/GBP – 1.6049
ZAR/GBP – 10.9562
JPY/GBP
– 131.91
HKD/GBP – 12.2056
NZD/GBP – 2.0941
SEK/GBP – 10.8941
US$/EURO – 1.32018
 
 
Sterling hit the highest level against the US dollar for 2 weeks yesterday as better than expected UK manufacturing figures and a strong GDP estimate helped point towards a continued economic recovery. Manufacturing figures showed that output rose by 0.6% in October – double what was expected. In addition, data from the National Institute for Social and Economic Research estimated that the UK had grown by 0.6% in the 3 months to November. In a bizarre coincidence of the “0.6’s”, sterling finished the day up 0.6% against the US dollar at just over $1.58/£1 as the figures detracted from the possibility of further Quantitative Easing. There is house price data and CBI order expectation figures released today so call in now for a live price.
 
In the Euro zone, optimism that the Irish parliament would approve the emergency budget saw the euro recover recent losses against the US dollar in early trading. However, when Irish Finance Minister Brian Lenihan began his presentation, the euro began to slide again. The budget sets out plans to cut €6bn of spending out of an economy that is still reeling from a prolonged recession. Whilst the Irish budget may alleviate some political concerns, European Finance Ministers failed to outline in any detail their plans to help stabilise European credit markets and avoid a wholesale collapse of the single currency. This is still the major market mover, so speak to one of the team about protecting yourself against currency risk.
 
In the USA, the US dollar started the day poorly as investors moved away from the safe haven currency as risk appetite improved. Buoyed by the renewal of tax breaks in the USA that were expected to stimulate spending in the economy and optimism over the Irish budget, investors looked elsewhere for higher yielding investments. US stock markets also performed well, but the US dollar gained against the euro after the Irish budget presentation started. It is a relatively quiet day on the data front, but there are some key Chinese figures released which could see some market volatility – ensure you don’t lose out.
 
Elsewhere, the boost in risk appetite saw emerging market currencies strengthen, with the Brazilian real and Chilean peso close to 2 month highs against the US dollar. Ensure you are adequately protected in the run up to Christmas and 2011 by talking to one of the currency specialists here at Smart sooner rather than later.

 

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Posted December 7th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1803
US$/GBP – 1.5769
CHF/GBP – 1.5416
CAN$/GBP – 1.5826
AUS$/GBP – 1.5887
ZAR/GBP – 10.8535
JPY/GBP
– 130.36
HKD/GBP – 12.25
NZD/GBP – 2.06
SEK/GBP – 10.74
US$/EURO – 1.3359
 
 
Sterling gained against a broadly weaker euro yesterday as investors focused on Euro zone debt woes with a meeting of European finance ministers taking place throughout the day. With sterling taking a back foot ahead of another meeting later today, in which ministers are expected to formally approve the Irish bailout plan, many analysts expect to see sterling take advantage of the poor euro sentiment. In the UK, the key event of the week is the Bank of England’s interest rate decision – announced on Thursday. The central Bank is not expected to make any changes to policy, and so investors are looking to industrial, trade and producer prices for direction on the UK economy this week. Out later today, we have manufacturing production data and (potentially) a GDP estimate for the last 3 months. With all the European focus, call in now to avoid losing out to a poor rate.
 
In the Euro zone, there was significant pressure on European finance ministers to increase the size of the EUR750bn emergency fund in order to avert a full blown debt crisis in the region. A report by the International Monetary Fund stated that there should be a larger emergency rescue fund in place to help future members that get into trouble. A measure of investor confidence in the Euro zone fell to 9.7 from 14. This was a far worse result than was expected, giving an idea of how much fear there is when it comes to investing in the Euro zone. The new Irish budget goes to the vote today too, so call in now to avoid missing out.
 
In the USA, the US dollar strengthened by 1.14% against the euro as fears over the debt crisis in the region saw investors by US dollars over the single currency. This came despite negative comments made by Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke which could have had the opposite effect. In an interview on CBS-TV’s “60 minutes” late on Sunday night, the Fed chairman stated that it was possible that US policy makers could increase the amount of Quantitative Easing being pumped into the economy, despite adding an additional $600bn in the last meeting of the Federal Reserve. Speak to one of the team about minimising the risk of your payments increasing.
 
Elsewhere, the Dutch finance minister Jan Kees de Jager warned in an interview on Sunday that the markets would turn to other heavily indebted countries once focus moved from the Euro zone. He felt confused that countries such as Japan and the USA had similar if not worse problems than the Euro zone. An interesting stance… Watch this space to see what happens next.

 

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Posted December 6th, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1802
US$/GBP – 1.5699
CHF/GBP – 1.5366
CAN$/GBP – 1.5787
AUS$/GBP – 1.5891
ZAR/GBP – 10.820
JPY/GBP
– 130.01
HKD/GBP – 12.190
NZD/GBP – 2.062
SEK/GBP – 10.751
US$/EURO – 1.3299
 
 
Sterling rose against the US dollar on Friday afternoon after poor US employment figures saw the US currency weaken across the board. There were some concerns amongst investors over the UK banking sector’s exposure to the euro zone, but this is likely to be more of a story in the New Year. Data showed that UK services activity dropped marginally as expected. Many had hoped that it would show an improvement after surprisingly strong manufacturing activity data earlier in the week. It is another relatively busy week with the Bank of England’s interest rate decision on Thursday and monthly figures for industrial, trade and producer prices. Whilst the Bank is likely to keep rates on hold, there is likely to be further division between members. Call in now to speak to a member of the team about minimising your losses.
 
In the euro zone, it was an incredibly volatile week for euro zone government bonds. At one point, Portuguese and Italian bond yields hit record highs relative to German bonds – a measure of the additional ‘premium’ that these countries need to pay when borrowing from the markets. However, the European Central Bank started buying bonds in large numbers in order to reduce the risk and calm the volatility. There is likely to be further volatility in the coming months as investors look for a long term solution to the debt crisis in the region, rather than the current ‘damage limitation’ that seems to be taking place at the moment. Either way, speak to one of the team in order to protect yourself from further movements.
 
In the USA, Friday saw the release of the latest Non-Farm payroll figures – a seasonally adjusted measure of the number of jobs added to the economy in the previous month. The forecast was for an additional 172,000 jobs, and when the numbers showed only 39,000, investors were double checking the figure to ensure there hadn’t been an error given the figure was so low. Whilst there may be some kind of anomaly, it still leaves the door open to some potential US dollar weakness.
 
Elsewhere, the Australian dollar saw some strength after inflation data showed that the annual rate had jumped to 3.9% in the year to November. The rate is currently below $1.60/ £1, so if you have any Australian dollars to move into sterling, now is a relatively good time. Call in now for a live price.

 

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Posted December 3rd, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1819
US$/GBP – 1.5641
CHF/GBP – 1.5478
CAN$/GBP – 1.5694
AUS$/GBP – 1.5971
ZAR/GBP – 10.810
JPY/GBP
– 130.86
HKD/GBP – 12.152
NZD/GBP – 2.067
SEK/GBP – 10.789
US$/EURO – 1.3228
 
 
Sterling fell against the euro yesterday after bond buying by the European Central Bank restored a level of confidence to investors. Sterling fell by 0.7% against the stronger single currency to drop back below the €1.18/£1 level. Against the US dollar, sterling finished the day hovering around the $1.56/£1 level after earlier hitting a low of $1.5514/£1 against the US currency. Earlier in the day, figures showed that UK construction sector activity unexpectedly picked up in November, but stayed near to an 8 month low meaning that the figures are unlikely to provide much of a boost to economic growth this quarter. Out today, there is monthly figures for service sector activity which could cause some movement. Call in now for a live exchange rate.
 
In the Euro zone, the bond markets settled yesterday after the European Central Bank stepped in to buy Irish and Portuguese bonds on the open market. This helped the countries, as this pushed yields down and therefore also pushed down the amount of interest that the respective governments would need to pay on the debt. Tuesday saw this figure spike to record highs for some countries, so the intervention of the central bank has helped calm the panic somewhat. In the ECB press conference, the central bank slowed the rate at which it will withdraw emergency funding. Out today, there is monthly retail sales data so speak to a member of the team today about managing your currency risk.
 
In the USA, the US dollar fell against the stronger euro following a volatile day on the currency markets. The US dollar fell by around 0.7% against the single currency following the ECB’s purchase of European bonds. News that the US unemployment claims rose by 26,000 this week did not help the US dollar either. Ahead of today’s key Non-Farm Payroll figures (released at 1.30pm) this is not the news that many wanted to hear and demonstrates the continued fragility of the US economy. Get in touch to minimise your risk if these figures disappoint.
 
Elsewhere, the South African rand strengthened by 2.2% against sterling yesterday after strong earnings forecasts from one of the country’s leading petrochemical manufacturers saw investors buy into the currency. It takes the notoriously volatile currency to ZAR10.71/£1 so if you have any rand requirements, now is the time to act to stop it dropping any further.

 

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Posted December 2nd, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1871
US$/GBP – 1.5607
CHF/GBP – 1.5645
CAN$/GBP – 1.5836
AUS$/GBP – 1.6138
ZAR/GBP – 10.903
JPY/GBP
– 131.065
HKD/GBP – 12.129
NZD/GBP – 2.069
SEK/GBP – 10.878
US$/EURO – 1.3139
 
 
Sterling slipped against a slightly stronger euro yesterday after investors held back on selling the single currency ahead of today’s European Central Bank interest rate policy meeting. Earlier in the day, sterling stopped just shy of the €1.20/£1 mark, hitting €1.1995/£1 as purchasing manager data for the UK manufacturing sector came in far better than expected. However, ahead of today’s ECB meeting, investors scaled back on the amount of ‘short positions’ (i.e. bets against the euro) in case the meeting revealed something that brought euro strength. The manufacturing data did help sterling recover some ground against the US dollar, reaching a daily high of $1.5649/£1 after dropping to a 2 month low of $1.5485/£1 on Tuesday. In terms of data released today, there is construction purchasing manager data which could cause similar movement, so get in touch now to ensure you don’t lose out.
 
In the Euro zone, there was a level of respite in the European bond markets yesterday which helped the euro recover some ground against sterling and US dollar. On Tuesday, bonds for ‘peripheral’ Euro zone countries (Spain, Portugal and Italy) took a veritable hammering as investors speculated that these countries would also need bailouts in the coming months. Despite this respite, many analysts still expect the euro to continue on a downward to trend against sterling, so if you are still holding euros with a view to moving them into sterling, now might be a good time to think about exchanging them.
 
In the USA, the US dollar fell by over 1% against the euro ahead of the ECB’s interest rate meeting today in which many analysts speculated that the European Bank would announce measures to prevent further bailouts from crippling the region. In addition, there were also rumours that the USA would help support the region with higher contributions to the International Monetary Fund. There is US unemployment figures released today, so call in now for a live exchange rate.
 
Elsewhere, the euro’s rise yesterday also saw other ‘high risk’ currencies post gains. The Australian dollar climbed by 0.6% against both the US dollar and sterling despite falling earlier in the day on poor economic figures. South African rand gained by 1.2% against sterling after similar risk related buying.

 

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Posted December 1st, 2010 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1951
US$/GBP – 1.5623
CHF/GBP – 1.5714
CAN$/GBP – 1.5961
AUS$/GBP – 1.6213
ZAR/GBP – 11.0146
JPY/GBP
– 130.875
HKD/GBP – 12.1331
NZD/GBP – 2.0936
SEK/GBP – 10.9294
US$/EURO – 1.3066
 
Sterling climbed against the euro yesterday as concerns over sovereign debt in the euro zone continued to hamper the single currency. As a result, sterling broke the €1.19/ £1 barrier for the first time in around 2 months. The risk aversion that saw investors pull out of the single currency and into sterling also saw sterling lose ground against the US dollar, with sterling dropping to $1.5480/£1 for a time before levelling out at the $1.5530/£1 mark. The sterling/ US dollar rate is a real indicator of investors’ feelings towards risk and with Commerzbank forecasting a return to $1.52/£1 today in the short term, it is a far cry from the giddy heights of $1.6290/£1 that we saw on Bonfire night – just a few weeks ago. This kind of volatility demonstrates why you should be in touch to discuss forward contracts to protect against this kind of movement.
 
In the Euro zone, the euro plummeted to 10 week lows against the US dollar yesterday as the Irish bail out failed to dampen speculation over the need for further rescue packages in the region. The single currency dropped below $1.30/ €1 for the first time since September as worries over ‘contagion’ hammered the euro zone debt markets. Spain, Italy and Belgium’s cost of borrowing hit record highs yesterday, as many feared these countries would not be able to face their debt obligations. One analyst felt that this risk of default could spread to countries outside the euro zone as there are “no safe sovereign borrowers”. In terms of data, there is German retail sales figures released today, but these are likely to be insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Call in now for a live exchange rate.
 
In the USA, the US dollar continued to attract demand from risk adverse investors yesterday. The currency has been the ‘safe haven’ for those investors looking to avoid losses, with most buying US government bonds – traditionally one of the safest (but consequentially lowest yielding) investments globally. US data was positive yesterday, with consumer confidence and purchasing data both beating expectations. Out today, there is a wide range of data being released so call in now for a live price.
 
Elsewhere, the Japanese Ministry of Finance confirmed that it did not intervene in the currency markets between October 28th and November 26th. The Japanese government stepped in on September the 15th and sold $25bn worth of yen to bring the Japanese yen off 15 year highs against the US dollar and help make Japanese exports more competitive.

 

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