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Posted June 30th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1060
US$/GBP – 1.6026
CHF/GBP – 1.3361
CAN$/GBP - 1.5475
AUS$/GBP – 1.4938
ZAR/GBP – 10.845
JPY/GBP – 128.82
HKD/GBP – 12.471
NZD/GBP – 1.9326
SEK/GBP – 10.124
US$/EURO - 1.4486

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Sterling recovered against the euro yesterday after the Greek parliament approved a vital set of austerity measures that pave the way for further funds from the ECB and a widely anticipated second bailout. Sterling also made gains against the US dollar after a poll showed a jump in inflation expectations that boosted hopes of an earlier than anticipated interest rate hike in the UK. Currently markets expect that the Bank of England will wait until at least 2012, before touching rates. Out today, we have house price figures so call in now for a live exchange rate to avoid missing out.

In the euro zone, the big market moving news of the day was that Greece’s parliament approved deeply unpopular austerity measures. Despite violent protests in Athens’ Syntagma Square, this vote paved the way for access to a key tranche of funds from the ECB and a further bail out. Parliament approved a 5 year package of cuts, tax increases and the sale of state assets. Whilst this is a step in the right direction, it is not anywhere close to sorting out the mess that Greece is in. Many expect that Greece will still default at some point and that debt restructuring is inevitable. Call in now for a live price.

In the USA, the euro strengthened against the US dollar as risk appetite saw investors reversing safe haven trades into US government bonds. As a result, the euro traded up 0.5%, hitting a high of $1.4447/ €1. In terms of data, yesterday saw a surprising boost from housing data with pending home sales rebounding from -11.3% to hit 8.3%. Out later today we have key unemployment claims figures so get in touch to avoid missing out.

Elsewhere, the Australian and New Zealand dollars gained against the majority of their counterparts as Greece approved its austerity plan. This saw a boost to risk appetite and a increase in demand for higher yielding assets. Both climbed by more than 1% against the US dollar. 

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Posted June 29th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1111
US$/GBP – 1.6010
CHF/GBP – 1.3310
CAN$/GBP - 1.5663
AUS$/GBP – 1.5115
ZAR/GBP – 10.929
JPY/GBP – 129.73
HKD/GBP – 12.459
NZD/GBP – 1.9527
SEK/GBP – 10.236
US$/EURO - 1.4403

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Sterling fell against the euro yesterday, hitting an 8 week low, after Bank of England policymakers opened the door for further Quantitative Easing suggesting that the Bank is sticking to its guns on inflation forecasting which it has argued for some time will spike this year before falling off. This left investors even more convinced that interest rates will remain at record lows well into next year. Sterling also touched a 5 month low against the US dollar before closing the day barely above $1.60/£1. In addition, the UK’s 1st Quarter annual GDP was revised downwards to 1.6% from 1.8% which was a reminder of how slow the UK recovery is. Out today we have mortgage approval data and consumer confidence numbers so call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the euro zone, with markets in a holding pattern awaiting a key vote in Greek Parliament to approve austerity measures and pave the way for key funding, investors chose to focus on a press conference with ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet. Trichet stated that the bank is in “strong vigilance mode,” signalling that the ECB plans to increase interest rates in the region next week. As a result, the euro strengthened against both the US dollar and sterling which many will find baffling given the sheer state that Greek finances are in. The all important Greek vote takes place today and tomorrow, so call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, house prices fell in the year end to April by the most in 17 months. The housing market is a major issue for the US recovery and today’s figures showing a 4% drop on the year, combined with poor consumer confidence figures paint a gloomy picture of the US recovery. Consumer spending dropped also and markets are braced for Thursday’s unemployment claims figures which could provide the nail in the coffin to a terrible week for data. Call in now for an exchange rate as this poor data actually drives demand for US dollars.

Elsewhere, the Swedish krona fell to a seven-month low against the euro after retail sales slumped. Data showed that the numbers fell by 1.1 % last month, and cemented the krona’s position as the worst performing G10 currency over the last month – beating sterling to the wooden spoon position. 

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Posted June 28th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1171
US$/GBP – 1.5985
CHF/GBP – 1.3344
CAN$/GBP - 1.5754
AUS$/GBP – 1.5265
ZAR/GBP – 10.970
JPY/GBP – 129.13
HKD/GBP – 12.447
NZD/GBP – 1.9822
SEK/GBP – 10.324
US$/EURO - 1.4314

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Sterling fell to a 5 month low against the US dollar yesterday as concerns over the European debt crisis saw a spike in risk aversion and investors bought safe haven currencies. Sterling dropped as low as $1.5940/£1 as investors looked to park funds away from any perceived European exposure. Sterling also fell as a report showed that house prices fell for the second month in June, adding to concerns that the UK economic recovery stalled in the second quarter. Out today we have current account figures that will give an idea of the level of exporting/ importing the UK is currently undertaking and we also have the final figure for 1st quarter GDP, which could see some movement if it is amended from 0.5% so call in now to ensure you don’t lose out.

In the euro zone, the euro strengthened yesterday after a very volatile day’s trading. Swinging between gains and losses throughout the day, the single currency eventually strengthened on optimism that the Greek parliament will approve key austerity measures that are required to release funding from the ECB and IMF and avoid the euro zone’s first sovereign default. The vote is due later today, so expect wild volatility as the markets respond to headlines and live coverage of the vote. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, stocks gained as regulators announced new rules to protect the global financial system. These included a requirement for banks deemed “too big to fail” to hold additional capital on reserve as part of efforts to avert another global financial crisis. Elsewhere, US consumer spending stalled last month posting the worst figure in a year. Out today there is consumer confidence data for the US, so call in now for a live exchange rate.

Elsewhere, the New Zealand dollar fell after a report showed the trade surplus narrowed in May by more than forecast. It dropped by 0.9% against the US dollar. New Zealand is a net exporter of goods and any drop in the level of goods/ services exported impacts on the country’s economic growth.

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Posted June 27th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1255
US$/GBP 1.5931
CHF/GBP – 1.3342
CAN$/GBP - 1.5769
AUS$/GBP – 1.5269
ZAR/GBP – 11.024
JPY/GBP – 128.67
HKD/GBP – 12.408
NZD/GBP – 1.9852
SEK/GBP – 10.386
US$/EURO - 1.4155

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Sterling fell below $1.60 against the US dollar for the first time since April 1 last week and fell below €1.12 against the euro as retail sales figures for the UK fell to the weakest level in a year. As expected, Bank of England policymakers voted 7-2 in favour of no change to policy and to call on further stimulus if UK growth continued to suffer – a move that attracted criticism over the weekend from the Bank of International Settlements over the weekend. The BIS warned that the UK’s ultra-loose monetary policy in the face of inflation at double its target risked creating financial distortions, misallocations and instability. On a more positive note, the ‘Lloyds business barometer’ showed a strong rebound in June and as a result the bank now expects a correlating improvement in UK economic activity in 3-4 months time. Elsewhere this week, we have an array of data so call in now for a live exchange rate to avoid losing out.

In the euro zone, the Greek crisis continues to dominate the headlines and drive market movement. Greek PM George Papandreou survived an important vote of confidence last week, paving the way for Parliament to enact the relevant austerity measures that are required before the country receives any further funding. This vote is due on Tuesday and will be the key focus this week. It will be a surprise if this does not go through, but expect some market volatility surrounding this event either way. Call in now to plan a currency strategy and avoid losing out.

In the USA, the US dollar continues to benefit from safe haven flows as investors look for the relative safety of US government bonds in order to reduce exposure to the European debt crisis. Demand for these bonds is so high that investors are essentially lending to the US government for free or even paying a fee to do so. We saw an interesting development over the weekend. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao stated that China is ready to buy billions of European debt in order to prop up the single currency, which could in turn challenge the US dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency. Out this week, we have key figures on US personal spending and income which will be under the spotlight. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

Elsewhere, the panic caused by the Greek crisis has driven demand for Japanese yen as a safe haven asset in a similar vein to the US dollar demand. It has now reached similar levels to when the Bank of Japan intervened following the recent earthquake. Expect no further strength from the yen as a result.

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Posted June 24th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1227  
US$/GBP - 1.5970
CHF/GBP - 1.3381 
CAN$/GBP - 1.5657
AUS$/GBP - 1.5182 
ZAR/GBP - 10.975 
NZD/GBP - 1.9652 
SEK/GBP - 10.298
AED/GBP -
5.8696  
EURO/US$ - 1.4209

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Sterling fell below $1.60 against the US dollar for the first time since April 1 and fell below €1.12 against the euro as retail sales figures for the UK fell to the weakest level in a year. This was seen as justifying the Bank of England’s decision earlier in the month to keep interest rates steady and potentially increase stimulus via further Quantitative Easing if needed. In the minutes from the Bank’s meeting earlier in the week, policymakers voted 7-2 in favour of no change to policy and to call on further stimulus if UK growth continued to suffer. PM David Cameron yesterday said that he had received assurances that the UK will not be asked to contribute to a further Greek bailout. On a positive note, UK public sector net borrowing fell by 6% on last year, so at least the government’s plans are having an effect. Mervyn King speaks later today, which could see some movement if he gives any clues on future interest rate policy. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the euro zone, it has been a turbulent week for the region. We saw finance ministers delaying a key tranche of Greek bailout finance pending approval of austerity measures by the Greek parliament. Greek PM George Papandreou had to win a key confidence vote in order to pave the way to enacting tough austerity legislation and there was rioting on the streets of Athens. With Greece essentially bankrupt, there is an assumption that following the vote, a further bailout will be agreed. There is still significant volatility related to the euro exchange rate and bizarrely sterling is floundering against the euro due to interest rates. Call in now to plan a currency strategy and avoid losing out.

In the USA, the US dollar strengthened against most of its major counterparts this week as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said that the US recovery was progressing “more slowly” than expected. In the Fed’s interest rate policy meeting this week, policy makers decided to keep rates near zero and complete the $600bn second round programme of asset purchasing later this month. Figures showed that purchases of existing homes fell last month which also dented expectations of a recovery. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

Elsewhere, the panic caused by the Greek crisis dented ‘riskier’ based commodity linked currencies, as investors pulled out to safer haven assets. On Thursday, the South African rand declined the most in more than a month against the US dollar as investors sold riskier assets. The Australian dollar slipped also as the central bank signalled there was no scope for monetary tightening at the moment.

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Posted June 23rd, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1239
US$/GBP – 1.6057
CHF/GBP – 1.3501
CAN$/GBP - 1.5624
AUS$/GBP – 1.5222
ZAR/GBP – 10.856
JPY/GBP – 129.16
HKD/GBP – 12.507
NZD/GBP – 1.9677
SEK/GBP – 10.283
US$/EURO - 1.4278

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Sterling fell against the euro yesterday, dropping below €1.12/£1 as the Bank of England minutes raised the possibility of further Quantitative Easing. The Bank kept interest rates on hold at 0.5% and felt that the growth outlook for the UK had weakened, raising the prospect of another round of stimulus in the same vein as the Federal Reserve’s recent “QE2”. As expected, the latest member of the committee (who took over from Andrew Sentance) decided not to follow his predecessor in voting for a rate hike and stuck with the crowd in voting for no change. Sterling’s prospects are closely linked to growth, with the Bank unlikely to increase rates until it has seen significant growth.. Sterling is likely to flounder against the euro – especially if the ECB presses ahead with its planned 0.25% interest rate hike next month. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the euro zone, following last night’s vote of confidence in Greece, there were the beginnings of a sense that the relevant austerity measures will be passed and Greece will receive funding from the ECB. However, the uncertainty over Greece has prompted markets to speculate that the ECB may not follow through with the planned 0.5% rate hike in July. The euro began to slip against the US dollar later in the day as the impact of the Greek government surviving a confidence vote waned and some investors switched focus to the U.S. Federal Reserve. Out today we have a wide array of PMI data so call in for a live rate.

In the USA, the dollar dropped against a majority of its most-traded counterparts on speculation that the Federal Reserve would maintain monetary stimulus without buying more debt as economic growth remains sluggish. In the end, the Fed confirmed that it would make no change to its baseline interest rate and that the US recovery was continuing at a moderate pace. The central bank’s second round of quantitative easing, the purchase of $600 billion of Treasuries, is scheduled to end this month.

Elsewhere, the Canadian dollar dropped against most of its major counterparts on concern that slowing US growth will prompt the Federal Reserve to emphasise the need to maintain stimulus in the US. As Canada’s largest trading partner, a weak US recovery is not good for Canadian exports.

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Posted June 22nd, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1274
US$/GBP – 1.6233
CHF/GBP – 1.3662
CAN$/GBP - 1.5774
AUS$/GBP – 1.5310
ZAR/GBP – 10.894
JPY/GBP – 130.24
HKD/GBP – 12.644
NZD/GBP – 1.9947
SEK/GBP – 10.314
US$/EURO - 1.4399

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Sterling dropped sharply against the euro yesterday after key Bank of England policymaker Paul Fisher signalled that the UK could be in for further Quantitative Easing if deflationary pressures mount. With recent UK data underperforming, analysts have pushed back expectations of an interest rate hike in the UK well into next year. Earlier in the year, markets had been anticipating an interest rate rise as early as April 2011, so this rather dovish assessment by Fisher is not necessarily a surprise. The Bank of England’s minutes from this month’s meeting are released today and they are expected to show a continually loose monetary stance from the Bank of England. Ensure you protect any future payments in case sterling drops much further.

In the euro zone, after a turbulent day on Monday, the euro held on to slim gains against other currencies as investors bet that a rescue plan would be put together to prevent Greece from defaulting on its debt. However, there was a major hurdle in the form of a confidence vote in the Greek Parliament. PM George Papandreou had to win the vote in order to pave the way to enacting tough austerity legislation. The vote did in fact see the PM win the vote of confidence and investors took profits from the relative strength of the euro. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, the US dollar had a subdued day for the most part yesterday as a recent run of poor economic data left investors expecting the worst ahead of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting. Data released yesterday showed that purchases of existing homes fell last month and the poor performance of the housing market is one reason why many expected the Fed to maintain monetary stimulus or even increase it. The Fed’s statement is due later today, and most are not expecting any US dollar strength as a result.

Elsewhere, the Australian dollar fell yesterday after the minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s June meeting showed the bank thinks recent data has not added any urgency to the need for monetary tightening. Get in touch now for a live exchange rate.

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Posted June 21st, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1307
US$/GBP – 1.6230
CHF/GBP – 1.3680
CAN$/GBP - 1.5851
AUS$/GBP – 1.5344
ZAR/GBP – 10.973
JPY/GBP – 130.15
HKD/GBP – 12.641
NZD/GBP – 1.9935
SEK/GBP – 10.373
US$/EURO - 1.4354

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Sterling slipped against the US dollar as investor sentiment plunged as European governments failed to agree on releasing a loan payment to Greece. However, sterling did recover later in the day after comments from a top euro zone policy maker helped calm immediate fears over stability in the region. Financial markets were very nervous on Monday morning, with many market participants heading back to their desks to a number of downbeat reports over Greece – including one from Mayor Boris Johnson, who suggested in The Telegraph that the best thing would be for Greece to leave the euro. However, the panic has calmed to an extent, and focus in the UK shifts to public borrowing figures – released later today.

In the euro zone, it was a roller coaster day yesterday. News came through in the morning that euro zone finance ministers had delayed a decision on paying €12 billion worth of emergency loans to Greece, stating that Athens would first have to introduce austerity measures. The issue is that the Greek public do not seem to want the austerity measures. If the funds are not paid, Greece will default on a key repayment in mid-July. The next key test is for the Prime Minister George Papandreou, who faces a vote of confidence today in Parliament. If he loses this, the chances of the tough austerity measures being passed are slim. We are likely to continue to see significant euro volatility, so call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, stock markets suffered on Monday as investors were hesitant to buy riskier assets after a decision was delayed on emergency loans to Greece and Moody’s said it may downgrade Italy’s credit rating. The US dollar gained against a basket of major currencies. However, comments from the chief of the European Financial Stability Facility saw the euro recover, as the chief of the fund stated that its guarantees would be raised to €780bn. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

Elsewhere the Swiss franc strengthened against its 16 major peers as investors scrambled for safe haven currencies. The Australian dollar fell versus all of its most-actively traded counterparts, losing 0.5 percent against the US currency for similar reasons.

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Posted June 20th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1349
US$/GBP – 1.6139
CHF/GBP – 1.3668
CAN$/GBP - 1.5884
AUS$/GBP – 1.5361
ZAR/GBP – 11.010
JPY/GBP – 129.41
HKD/GBP – 12.579
NZD/GBP – 2.0041
SEK/GBP – 10.425
US$/EURO - 1.4205

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Sterling had a subdued end to the week following weaker than expected retail sales figures and the “dovish” (i.e. not keen to tighten monetary policy) stance of Bank of England governor Mervyn King at a key speech last week. With no key data released today, markets are likely to focus on the ongoing Greek debt crisis which has taken further turns over the weekend – most notably the deferral of payment of €12bn in emergency loans and still no decision regarding a new bail out. In terms of data in the UK this week, we have the MPC minutes on Wednesday and public finance figures tomorrow. Whilst the Bank minutes have the potential to cause volatility, they are likely to show that the bank has no desire to change monetary policy currently.

In the euro zone, Greece is most definitely the word on everyone’s lips this morning. Finance ministers yet again failed to reach agreement on a new package for Greece and withheld the next tranche of loan payments until Athens follows through with tough austerity measures. The problem is that the Greek public doesn’t want to change – several days of riots in Athens are testament to that. PM George Papandreou effectively pleaded to Parliament to support the austerity measures or face certain bankruptcy as Greece defaults on loan repayments in July, but various populist and socialist factions seem unwilling to support him. Meanwhile, analysis from the CEBR will today show that the euro is likely to break up within 5 years… Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, it is an important week for USA with the next Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday. The Fed’s second round of Quantitative Easing comes to an end soon, and markets are expecting the Fed to maintain interest rates near zero for an extended period, but if the central bank embarks on another round of QE, this will trigger US dollar selling and actually help support the euro. Get in touch to avoid losing out.

Elsewhere, Russian President Dimitry Medvedev stated that Russia’s economic growth could be comparable to that of China and Brazil if it sorts out its problems. He forecast 4.5% growth for the economy this year.

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Posted June 17th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1380
US$/GBP – 1.6120
CHF/GBP – 1.3708
CAN$/GBP - 1.5857
AUS$/GBP – 1.5294
ZAR/GBP – 11.038
JPY/GBP – 129.86
HKD/GBP – 12.571
NZD/GBP – 2.003
SEK/GBP – 10.461
US$/EURO - 1.4156

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Sterling fell against the US dollar on Thursday after figures were released that showed UK retail sales fell by more than expected, adding further weight to calls for the Bank of England to keep interest rates on hold. Higher fuel costs and ongoing uncertainty over employment prospects kept consumer spending in check. Data showed a 1.4% drop in sales since April – beating estimates of a 0.6% drop. However, April’s figures could have been much higher than normal due to ‘Royal Wedding Fever’ and the numerous bank holidays. Sterling did however jump against the euro, hitting €1.1460/£1 briefly as European officials failed to reassure investors that they were close to a second bail out of Greece.

In the euro zone, the euro plummeted yesterday hitting a record low against the Swiss franc and a three week low against the US dollar as investors fled to safe-haven assets on mounting concerns Greece’s problems are far from resolution. In a week that saw Greece’s credit rating cut to CCC – near junk status – Greek and Portuguese bond yields climbed to record highs. It has also been a week of disagreement between Germany and the European Central Bank over the best way to deal with the Greek crisis, which has also added to the euro’s demise. It has dropped by 4.2% since June 7th. There is no real data out today, but call in to take advantage of any volatility.

The US dollar strengthened against most currencies on Thursday as risk aversion related to the Greek crisis saw investors scrambling towards safer assets. Data also showed that US housing figures and jobless benefits claims beat expectations. This helped ease concerns to a slight extent, but it was a secondary issue to the issues in Greece. The US dollar has strengthened by nearly 2% against the euro this week, and with no end to the Greek crisis in sight, we could see it run even further.

Elsewhere, Brazil’s central bank said it will continue with its strategy of raising interest rates for a “sufficiently long” period even as the country’s inflation outlook shows signs of improving. Commodity based currencies dropped off the back of a pull back in risk appetite, but recovered towards the end of trading as volatility calmed down. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

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