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Posted September 16th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.1409 
US$/GBP - 1.5786
CHF/GBP – 1.3764
CAN$/GBP - 1.5534
AUS$/GBP – 1.5278
ZAR/GBP11.659
JPY/GBP – 121.23
HKD/GBP12.295
NZD/GBP1.9131
SEK/GBP – 10.423
AED/GBP - 5.793
US$/EURO – 1.3835

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Sterling declined 6.5% against a basket of nine currencies over the past 12 months, making it the second worst performer after the US dollar. After an array of weak data, yesterday’s sales figures proved to be no different. Figures showed a 0.2% decline in retail sales. The Office of National Statistics however did state that due to August London riots where a widespread of looting occurred across a number of big retailers, it was difficult to quantify exact figures. Nonetheless, because of a rise in inflation coupled with low employment figures, the likelihood of retail figures being better than expected is still very slim. Uncertainty over a robust UK recovery still looms, making quantitative easing, once again, an attractive option for the central bank. Call in now for a rate.  

In the Euro zone, the euro jumped more than once cent versus the US dollar yesterday. This was largely due to the European Central Bank’s decision to lend euro based banks dollars for a period of three months so as to ensure these banks have enough currency through the end of the year. Though inflation figures showed stability and President Papandreou committed to implement the necessary austerity measures for Greece in Wednesday’s international call, many are still sceptical that targets will not be met. Due to this, euro gains are thought to be temporary, particularly against the US dollar. Investors are not willing to take risks at the moment and are seeking security in safe haven currencies. Call in for a live rate  

In the US, the US dollar retreated after its three day winning streak against the euro. The greenback also extended losses versus the Swiss franc. Investors see this as only a temporary set back, for the debt crisis in the euro zone seems to be deepening. US consumer price figures came in better than expected, increasing by 0.4% in August, contrarily, factory activity in the Mid Atlantic decreased for a second month in a row. Though the US may show some signs of improvement, the economy is still struggling, particularly in the employment sector. Protect yourself now and call in for a rate.

Elsewhere, the Australian dollar continues to decline versus the US$ as there is increasing speculation that the Australian Federal Reserve may cut interest rates due to a rise in unemployment. Yesterday the Swiss National Bank decided to hold interest rates at a record low of 2.5% so as to maintain the minimum exchange rate with the euro. Call in for a live rate.

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Posted September 15th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1481
US$/GBP – 1.5761
CHF/GBP – 1.3824
CAN$/GBP – 1.5653
AUS$/GBP – 1.5428
ZAR/GBP – 11.712
JPY/GBP – 120.89
HKD/GBP – 12.294
NZD/GBP – 1.9332
SEK/GBP – 10.592
US$/EURO – 1.3735
 

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Sterling fell to an eight month low versus the dollar and also made losses against the yen, reaching its lowest since January 2009. Unemployment in the UK worryingly rose by 80,000 in three months to July. This data has increased the case for a possible slow down in austerity measures as well as an increase in demand for some kind of fiscal stimulus. Some investors think further quantitative will be introduced as early as next month. The cuts taking place in the UK have been viewed by some as too drastic with worries that these measures may in fact stunt UK economic growth. Call in now for a rate. 
 
In Euro zone, the euro weakened against the US dollar, erasing almost all its weekly gains. It also fell 0.5% to the yen. The weakening of the common currency is largely due to investors holding off from riskier currencies as well as being cautious prior to a conference call between policy makers in Greece, Germany and France. China’s Premier, Wen Jibao also expressed concern with the need to solve this crisis, declaring that developed nations must cut deficits and create jobs rather than leaning on China to bail out the world economy. Out today is Euro zone consumer figures which will see whether prices have increased/ decreased for consumer goods and services. Call us for a live rate.    

In the US, the US dollar had a steady day making gains against the euro. This is very likely to be a result of hardly any concrete plans from Euro zone members to draw a line under the Greek debt crisis. This has caused market players to seek haven in the greenback rather than riskier assets. However, figures for retail and business inventories came in weaker than expected indicating a slowing American economy. A National Poll conducted by Bloomberg showed pessimism about the US economy has increased with only 20% agreeing that that the country is taking the right steps to avoid a recession. Out today there is also US consumer price figures. This may cause significant movement so call in for a rate.   

Elsewhere, Canada’s dollar weakened against the US dollar for a third day in a row along with other export lead currencies such as the Australian dollar and the Norwegian Krone. Moreover, The Reserve Bank of New Zealand held interest rates at a record low of 2.5%. Call in for an exchange rate.

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Posted September 14th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1511
US$/GBP – 1.5729
CHF/GBP – 1.3861
CAN$/GBP - 1.5574
AUS$/GBP – 1.5355
ZAR/GBP – 11.593
JPY/GBP – 120.942
HKD/GBP – 12.281
NZD/GBP – 1.9172
SEK/GBP – 10.559
US$/EURO - 1.3662
 

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Sterling lost ground yesterday moving towards a seven and half month low against the US$ and falling below 1.16 against the euro. Yesterday’s inflation figures showed a further rise in the price of retail goods and services. Energy costs and the increase of VAT at the start of the year are being blamed. It will not be enough for the Band of England to increase interest rates. Recent data has also demonstrated that the UK’s trade deficit is widening causing concern amongst investors that the possibility of an export led recovery is petering out. Contact us today for a live rate.   

The Euro zone debt crisis continues to dominate newspaper headlines. Borrowing costs in Italy continue their upward trajectory and there is ongoing speculation that a number of French banks could be have their credit rating downgraded [reducing their ability to borrow at good rates] by the rating agencies. One thing is certain, the debt crisis is still far from being solved and peripheral countries remain the point of concern. Out today are Euro zone industrial production figures which will show activity in the manufacturing and energy sector. Call in now for a rate.

In the US, the US dollar slipped from Monday’s seven month high against a basket of currencies. Yesterday’s data came in lower than expected with the price of imported goods falling for the month of August. Interestingly, President Obama also voiced his concern over the euro zone crisis calling for Euro zone policy makers to solve the problem as soon as possible  as the crisis is weakening the global economy. Out today are US retail figures which measure consumer spending at retail outlets. This may cause significant volatility so call in now for a rate.   

Elsewhere, commodity currencies such as the Australian dollar struggled slightly against the US dollar as data showed a decrease in Australia’s business confidence. South African bonds declined due to US dollar strength. As a result, market players are expecting interest rates to remain on hold in South Africa. Out today is New Zealand’s interest rate decision. This could cause a lot of movement, so call in for a live rate.

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Posted September 13th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1602
US$/GBP – 1.5823
CHF/GBP – 1.3989
CAN$/GBP – 1.5714
AUS$/GBP – 1.5311
ZAR/GBP – 11.708
JPY/GBP – 121.855
HKD/GBP  – 12.351
NZD/GBP – 1.9218
SEK/GBP – 10.592
US$/EURO – 1.3638 

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Sterling hit a 6 month high against the euro yesterday morning of €1.1724/£1 on concerns over the European debt crisis, but fell to the lowest level against the US dollar since January. After a fresh bout of concerns over Greece’s ability to pay its debts, sterling gained but slipped back after investors cooled earlier negativity towards the single currency. Sterling also came under pressure against the US dollar over rumours that the Bank of England would inject a fresh round of Quantitative Easing to boost the economy. Additionally, whilst the euro zone crisis should be good for sterling, Europe is one of the UK’s largest trade partners so it is in the UK’s interest for the region to stabilise. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the euro zone, markets plummeted as investors yet again became concerned over the ability of Greece to repay its debt. In the latest saga of a 2 year sovereign crisis, there was concern that Greece may yet again struggle to gain the next tranche of its international bailout package. This put pressure on the single currency and wasn’t helped by speculation over an imminent credit rating downgrade of major French banks due to their Greek exposure. Athens only has a few weeks’ cash left so call in now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, the US dollar hit a 7 month high against the euro as investors looked to the relative safe haven of the US currency on further concerns over a potential Greek default. Out this week there is a wide array of data in the US, so ensure you protect yourself by speaking to one of the team sooner rather than later.

Elsewhere, the Swiss franc strengthened against the US dollar as investors looked for safe havens and the Australian dollar fell to a one month low against the US currency – a measure of the lack of risk appetite. Call in now for a live exchange rate.

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Posted September 12th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency note

EURO/GBP - 1.1635
US$/GBP 1.5812
CHF/GBP – 1.4018
CAN$/GBP - 1.5802
AUS$/GBP – 1.5348
ZAR/GBP – 11.597
JPY/GBP – 121.39
HKD/GBP – 12.338
NZD/GBP – 1.9429
SEK/GBP – 10.420
US$/EURO - 1.3591

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Sterling surged against the euro on Friday as the European Central Bank pulled back from its policy of increasing interest rates and a key ECB policymaker unexpectedly quit his position. Juergen Stark will step down in a dispute over the ECB’s bond-buying programme, underpinning how divided key decision makers are over the best way to deal with the euro zone crisis. So far this morning, we have seen sterling briefly hit €1.17/£1 as sterling gains support but concerns over the UK’s recovery has kept the pound under pressure against the US dollar. This week in the UK, we have the results from the independent commission on banking today, unemployment figures on Wednesday and retail sales figures on Thursday. Some analysts expect unemployment claims to jump this month so call in now to ensure you don’t lose out.

In the euro zone, it is unlikely to be a quiet week in the region. The resignation of a key member of the ECB goes to show the level of disagreement at high levels over the best way to deal with the crisis. The week ahead sees a meeting of the region’s finance ministers on Thursday and a European parliamentary debate over the crisis on Wednesday which could add further dichotomy to the number of official views on the crisis. Get in touch now for a live exchange rate.

In the USA, there is important data released this week on both consumer and wholesale inflation. In addition, there are key gauges released in the form of the NFIB small business survey and the Empire State and Philadelphia Fed survey which will give an idea of the state of the economy. The US dollar has benefited from concern over the euro zone crisis so call in now for a live exchange rate.

Elsewhere, the Swiss franc continues to hover around the CHF1.20/ €1 mark after the Swiss National Bank last week announced that it would intervene to devalue its currency. Moves made last week saw the Swiss franc devalue by nearly 8% and sterling has gained even more, breaking above CHF1.40/£1. Get in touch now to avoid adverse market movements impacting your payments.

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Posted September 9th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1501 
US$/GBP -
1.5972
CHF/GBP -
1.3930
CAN$/GBP -
1.5795
AUS$/GBP - 1.5040
ZAR/GBP -
11.507
JPY/GBP -
123.67
HKD/GBP - 12.446
NZD/GBP -
1.9134
SEK/GBP -
10.265
AED/GBP - 5.863
US$/EURO -
1.3872

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Sterling strengthened 0.4% versus the US dollar, reversing its previous 8 week low of $1.5914/£1. Sterling also rose firmly against the euro yesterday. These gains were largely due to the Bank of England’s (BoE) decision to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5% as well as sticking to its current asset- purchasing programme. Despite sterling’s rally yesterday, these gains are seen as temporary and definitely not a positive sign for UK economic recovery. The BoE’s decision indicates that the UK is still in no position to warrant an immediate move- something which is evident from this week’s weak data. Call in now for a quote.     

In the Euro zone, the euro fell to a 2 month low against the US dollar and decreased 1% to sterling and the New Zealand dollar. Out yesterday was the long awaited European Central Bank’s interest rate decision that left the bench mark rate at 1.5% with no signs of increases in the near term. Though the euro may show signs of improving, as seen this week with better than expected retail figures for example, there are still fears of peripheral contagion and speculation that further volatility between the euro- dollar is to be expected. Protect yourself and call in now for a live rate.

In the US, the US dollar was strengthened against a basket of currencies. It was little changed against the yen and was up 1.1% against the Swiss franc. In a rousing speech last night, President Barack Obama launched his “American Jobs Act” and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke hinted at further monetary easing in order to boost the stuttering recovery. It was made clear that the plan would not be funded by debt, but further efficiency savings. Call in now for a live quote as the package has boosted volatility.

Elsewhere, the rand advanced against all its major counterparts due to an increase in raw material prices. The rand strengthened for a third day in a row against the euro. Contrarily, after the Swiss National Bank’s decision to enforce a ceiling, the Swiss franc weakened against 16 major peers, falling to a record low this week against the euro. Out today are retail sales figures for China and unemployment data for Canada. This may cause significant movement, so call in now for a rate.   

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Posted September 8th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1324
US$/GBP – 1.5941
CHF/GBP – 1.3706
CAN$/GBP - 1.5692
AUS$/GBP – 1.5041
ZAR/GBP – 11.3945
JPY/GBP – 123.38
HKD/GBP – 12.4212
NZD/GBP – 1.9148
SEK/GBP – 10.1320
US$/EURO - 1.4084

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Sterling was flat against the euro yesterday, but gained by 0.4% against the US dollar. There was mixed data in for the UK with industrial production falling by 0.2% however manufacturing data came in better than expected, rising by 0.1% in July. Increases in the production of electrical and optical goods were the key drivers of this positive data. Out today there are UK GDP figures as well as the Bank of England’s (BoE) decision on interest rates. With mounting speculation that the BoE will keep interest rates on hold, numerous market players now think that although another round of monetary easing may be needed, it is highly unlikely it will happen today. We may see significant volatility today, so protect yourself and call in for a quote.      

In the Euro zone, the euro made gains versus the dollar as well as maintaining Tuesday’s large gains against the Swiss franc. A ruling in the German Constitutional Court which discarded all lawsuits targeted to block German participation in Euro zone bailouts also helped the common currency yesterday. German industrial output came in better than expected as well. Despite these positive glimpses, it is not enough to ease worries over the Euro zone debt crisis. Investors still view the euro as vulnerable and predict it will struggle in coming months. Our today is the European Central Bank interest rate decision where we could see rates being left on hold at 1.5%. Call in now for a quote.   

In the US, the US dollar fell against the euro, terminating its longest rally since April 2010. The dollar fell by 0.3% versus the euro and 0.4% against the yen. Today is the long awaited meeting between President Obama and Congress. Their live meeting will propose getting rid of that worrying 9.1% unemployment rate and put forth new methods for increasing jobs. They will also discuss ways of boosting US economic growth which could result in the implementation of drastic tax cuts. Issue raised in this meeting will play a significant role in Obama’s run for re- election in 2012. Call in now for a rate.  

Elsewhere, commodity currencies such as the Australian made significant gains. The Aussie dollar rose 1.2% versus the US dollar as data showed that the Australian economy grew rapidly in four years. Investors are now expressing vast amounts of worry over where the new safe haven is. There is speculation that Norway’s crown could be the next alternative, particularly against the euro. The Bank of Canada kept interest rates unchanged as it expects business investment and consumer spending to help the economy grow in the second half of the year. Call in now for a quote. 

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Posted September 7th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1356
US$/GBP – 1.5998
CHF/GBP – 1.3697
CAN$/GBP
- 1.5845
AUS$/GBP – 1.5098
ZAR/GBP – 11.3745
JPY/GBP – 123.71
HKD/GBP – 12.4805
NZD/GBP
1.9356
SEK/GBP – 10.2872
US$/EURO - 1.4076

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Sterling fell to a two month low against the US dollar yesterday and after four days of gains also weakened against the euro. But sterling did gain by 8% against the Swiss franc after the Swiss Central bank imposed a ceiling on the franc in an effort to help their economy. Data from the British Retail Consortium showed a 0.6% drop in retail sales compared to this time last year. The Bank of England (BoE) is due to meet tomorrow to discuss the future of UK interest rates – expectations are they will remain at a record low of 0.5%. There is a possibility of more quantitative easing measures given the state of the UK economy. Out today are manufacturing and industrial figures. Call in now for a quote. 

In the Euro zone, the euro rocketed against the Swiss franc by 9% after the Swiss central bank enforced a target rate of CHF1.20/€1. Euro zone GDP figures showed growth was down 2.4% from last year but grew marginally in the second quarter. Household consumption data also came in weaker than expected, falling for the first time in almost two years. This data has not helped the growing concerns over the Euro zone debt crisis. Out today is German industrial data which will give a good indication of the country’s economic expansion. This can cause considerable movements, so call in now for a rate.

The US dollar had a mixed day yesterday. It hit an eight week low versus the euro, but strengthened 9.1% against the Swiss franc. Despite better than expected figures from the US services sector for August, US stocks fell due to concerns that the European debt crisis is causing the global economy to slow down. Until the crisis comes to an end, there will be continuous turbulence in the currency market. Out today there are US Mortgage Application figures which if are better than expected, will indicate an increase in household income as well as possible economic growth. Call in now to get a quote.

Elsewhere, The Swiss National Bank sent shockwaves through the currency markets after imposing a minimum exchange rate on the Swiss franc. This drastic decision has not happened in more than three decades which shows the country’s determination to keep the Swiss franc at a low and curb inflation.  This caused great euro and sterling strength. Currency movements are becoming unpredictable so call in now for a live rate.

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Posted September 6th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1419
US$/GBP – 1.6094
CHF/GBP – 1.2772
CAN$/GBP
- 1.5945
AUS$/GBP – 1.5277
ZAR/GBP – 11.4906
JPY/GBP – 123.61
HKD/GBP – 12.5506
NZD/GBP
1.9368
SEK/GBP – 10.4122
US$/EURO - 1.4075

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Sterling depreciated by 0.7% against the US dollar yesterday, hitting the lowest level since mid-July but gained slightly against the euro. The UK Purchasing manager’s index came in lower than expected indicating orders for materials are likely to be low this month. Although this figure may not seem important initially, it has in the past been seen to match the growth/ decline of the UK economy so it is good to keep an eye on it. A stalling UK economy seems to be of growing concern and speculation over further quantitative easing has returned once again. As long as investors continue to suspect this, sterling will be held back. Out on Wednesday there are figures for industrial production which measure productivity in UK factories and mines. Call in now for a quote. 

In the Euro zone, the euro had a turbulent day falling to a one month low against the US dollar as Italian and Greek fiscal issues continue to grow.
Euro zone retail figures remained the same and came in as expected, a good sign as the Euro zone is in need of stable household consumption to recover. However, European stocks fell after an unexpected decrease in support for Angela Merkel’s party, demonstrating the German public’s discontent of having to contribute to euro zone bailouts. Out today are GDP figures, this may cause significant volatility so call in for a quote.

The US dollar had a relatively stable day versus the euro and sterling as demand for safe haven currencies increased. Despite this, a report showed that the US dollar had weakened by 11% against a basket of nine major currencies. Concerns over the US entering another recession is still a probing issue for investors, particularly after Friday’s abysmal unemployment data. Investors await Thursday’s conference between President Obama and Congress as they are expected to put forth new proposals for US job growth. Call in now for a rate. 

Elsewhere, the South African rand fell to its lowest in a week against the US dollar. The Australian and New Zealand dollar also fell against the US dollar by 1%. Out on Wednesday there is Australian GDP figures and Japan’s interest rate decision. This may cause significant movement so call in now for a quote.

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Posted September 5th, 2011 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP - 1.1428
US$/GBP – 1.6146
CHF/GBP – 1.2685
CAN$/GBP – 1.5964
AUS$/GBP – 1.5291
ZAR/GBP – 11.4956
JPY/GBP – 124.06
HKD/GBP – 12.5843
NZD/GBP – 1.9228
SEK/GBP – 10.4188
US$/EURO – 1.4114

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Sterling fell against the US dollar on Friday, hitting a low of $1.6172/£1 as US data revealed that no new US jobs were created in August. Friday’s data also showed a fall in UK construction activity- the slowest expansion since December 2010. This has increased signs that the UK economy is making a sluggish recovery. There has also been further speculation that the Bank of England may need to put in place more quantitative easing which could damage sterling further. Out today is PMI economic activity data and if this data comes in weaker than expected, we could see more selling. Call in now for a quote.

In the Euro zone, the euro fell 0.4% against sterling and also hit a 3 week low versus the US dollar, shedding almost 2.1%. Concerns over the euro zone debt crisis expanded as dissatisfaction about Greece’s lack of progress with solving the debt issue has increased amidst the EU and IMF. Investors have picked up on this, making the common currency less appealing. Retail sales figures are out today which will give a clear indication of how spending and consumer confidence in the region is doing. Call in now for a live rate.

In the US, the dollar slipped 2.6% against its safe haven competitor the Swiss franc. This was largely due to weak employment data in the US where the jobless rate held at 9.1% with no new jobs added for the month of August. As the US economy seems to be at the brink of stalling, the likelihood of the Federal Reserve adopting a third round of quantitative easing has returned to the table. Market players are waiting for Thursday’s meeting where President Obama and Congress will discuss what measures to take in order to boost the US economy and create more jobs. Financial markets in the US are closed due to Labor Day holiday today. To protect yourself from adverse currency movements, call in now for a rate.

Elsewhere, the Swiss franc made significant gains against a majority of its peers, particularly the euro where it almost hit a record weekly high. A report on Friday showed the Swiss franc has risen by 13% this year and has been the best performer among 10 developed market currencies. Commodity currencies such as the Australian dollar made gains on Friday. The rand declined 1% against the US dollar after US employment data came in weaker than expected. Call in now for a live exchange rate

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