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Posted May 30th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2507
US$/GBP – 1.5610
CHF/GBP – 1.5029
CAN$/GBP – 1.5998
AUS$/GBP – 1.5931
ZAR/GBP – 13.0144
JPY/GBP – 123.98
HKD/GBP – 12.1168
NZD/GBP – 2.0514
SEK/GBP – 11.2621
AED/GBP – 5.7412
US$/EURO – 1.2478
INR/GBP – 87.46

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Sterling remained fairly range bound yesterday against the majority of currencies; but, weakened off against the US dollar and Japanese yen dropping to a 2.5 month and 3.5 month low respectively. On the data front, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) survey on the relative level of current sales volume came in much better than expected providing a small respite from the overwhelmingly negative sentiment currently felt in the UK. With little significant data out today other than the monthly change in net lending to individuals, the market will look elsewhere for influence; so, call in now for the latest update and a live quote.

The euro weakened to fresh lows against the US dollar yesterday dropping to the lowest level since July 2010 following the news that the credit rating agency Egan-Jones downgraded Spain for the second time in just two weeks. Furthermore, the announcement that the Bank of Spain governor is to leave his role a month earlier than anticipated following the handling of the publicly bailed out ‘Bankia Bank’ caused jitters in the market. Today, the Italian bench mark 10 year bond auction will give a clear indication of investors sentiment towards the nation and a high yield could cause the euro to weaken further as the fears of contagion become more evident. Moreover, the ECB president is also speaking and should provide some further insight on the state of the Eurozone economy; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar ended the day fairly strong as news from Europe filtered through to the markets. Data released showed that the Conference Board Consumer Confidence survey has missed markets expectations yesterday dropping to a 4 month low. Pending home sales data released today is the main news on the agenda; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

Elsewhere, the Japanese yen performed relatively well yesterday due to its safe haven status. Australian retail sales were released first thing this morning and the Bank of Japan’s governor was also speaking. The only other data to note that is released today are inflation figures from Canada. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

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Posted May 29th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2496
US$/GBP – 1.5679
CHF/GBP – 1.5023
CAN$/GBP – 1.6032
AUS$/GBP – 1.5881
ZAR/GBP – 13.0461
JPY/GBP – 124.67
HKD/GBP – 12.1714
NZD/GBP – 2.0552
SEK/GBP – 11.2231
AED/GBP – 5.7564
US$/EURO – 1.2538
INR/GBP – 87.14

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Sterling strengthened slightly against the US dollar and Japanese yen yesterday, whilst weakening off against the commodity backed currencies as risk appetite drove the market in the early hours due to the latest news coming from Greece. It was a very quiet day for data across the globe generally yesterday as the US and much of Europe was enjoying a bank holiday. The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) survey on the relative level of current sales volume is the only data of note released form the UK today; so, call in now for the latest update and a live quote.

The euro recovered yesterday morning as market fears eased somewhat after opinion polls in Greece suggested that the pro bailout New Democracy party would win the vote on June 17th; however, the party needs to win a majority vote or form a pro-bailout coalition government otherwise it still seems likely that Greece could leave the euro. However as the day progressed concerns about Spanish debt came to the fore as yields on longer term Spanish debt increased to over 6.5%. 7% is viewed as the level at which government debt repayments become unsustainable. It will be another quiet day for data in the Eurozone today, with preliminary German inflation data the main news on the agenda; so call in now for the latest update and a live quote.

The US dollar weakened off against the majority of currencies yesterday morning as risk appetite returned to the market. The US markets were shut for the Memorial Day holiday yesterday; as a result, very little data was released. Out today, the main data on the agenda globally is the Conference Board Consumer Confidence survey which has caused volatility in the past; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

Elsewhere, the commodity backed currencies performed well yesterday as risk aversion eased and risk appetite came back into the market. Japanese retails sales and household spending figures were released first thing this morning; however, very little other data is released throughout the day; so, call in now for the latest news and a  live quote.

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Posted May 28th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2446
US$/GBP – 1.5698
CHF/GBP – 1.4971
CAN$/GBP – 1.6081
AUS$/GBP – 1.5898
ZAR/GBP – 12.9893
JPY/GBP – 124.61
HKD/GBP – 12.1863
NZD/GBP – 2.0562
SEK/GBP – 11.191
AED/GBP – 5.6732
US$/EURO – 1.2609
INR/GBP – 86.73

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Sterling remained fairly range bound on Friday due to a relatively light day on the data front across the world. The main data out of the UK this week is the Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) as well as the bench mark 10 year bond auction. With a bank holiday in much of Europe and the US, trading volumes will be down on Monday; but, there is still the potential for a lot of volatility so call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The euro had another poor day on Friday reaching fresh lows against the US dollar as it was suggested that the Spanish Bank Bankia will need approximately double the 9 billion euros that was originally stated that it would need to restructure its debt. On the data front on Friday, German consumer sentiment came in as expected. There is a bank holiday across much of Europe on Monday. This week, Ireland will vote on a referendum to accept or reject the European Union’s Stability Treaty. There will also be an Italian bench mark 10 year bond auction. The focus this week will remain firmly on any news out of Greece and Spain, whilst  the Irish vote will also be watched carefully by investors; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar performed well again on Friday as risk aversion drove the market. Data released showed the University of Michigan consumer sentiment came in above expectations reaching a 4 year high. There is a bank holiday in the US on Monday. The main focus this week will be on the highly influential Non-Farm pay rolls employment data released on Friday. Other data released this week includes US consumer confidence, pending home sales, manufacturing PMI, unemployment claims and preliminary GDP. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

Elsewhere, the New Zealand dollar was one of the best performing currencies following the release of the annual budget. This week, a raft of data from Australia includes retail sales, building approvals and private capital expenditure; business confidence figures from New Zealand; GDP data from Canada; Chinese manufacturing PMI; and Swiss retail sales. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

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Posted May 25th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

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This week – (Last week)
EURO/GBP 1.2473 – (EURO/GBP 1.2451)
US$/GBP 1.5659 – (US$/GBP 1.5771)
CHF/GBP 1.4993 – (CHF/GBP 1.4958)
CAN$/GBP 1.6082 – (CAN$/GBP 1.6092)
AUS$/GBP 1.6042 – (AUS$/GBP 1.6051)
ZAR/GBP 13.061 – (ZAR/GBP 13.251)
JPY/GBP 124.75 – (JPY/GBP 124.98)
HKD/GBP 12.159 – (HKD/GBP 12.2534)
NZD/GBP 2.0751 – (NZD/GBP 2.0841)
SEK/GBP 11.232 – (SEK/GBP 11.401)
AED/GBP 5.7561 – (AED/GBP 5.7941)
US$/EURO 1.2557 – (US$/EURO 1.2668)
INR/GBP 87.08 – (INR/GBP 86.39)

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A busy week for the UK saw sterling strengthen against the euro; but, weaken against the US dollar as risk aversion drove the market. Revised GDP data confirmed that the UK is officially in a “double-dip” recession with the latest figure showing a contraction of -0.3%. Retail sales figures were also much worse than expected revealing a -2.3% drop when only a -0.8% figure was expected. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated that the UK needs to consider injecting more money into the economy and potentially cutting interest rates to stimulate growth; however, despite this, the Bank of England’s policy meeting minutes revealed that the MPC members voted 8-1 to keep quantitative easing unchanged. All in all, a very negative picture of the state of the UK economy; so call in now to speak to one of our traders for the latest news and a live quote.

The euro weakened to a 22 month low against the US dollar this week as investors continue to flee the single currency due to the fear of a potential Greek exit and the ramifications that could follow. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) downgraded the growth forecasts in the EU and for Spain and Greece in particular. Furthermore, rumours started to circulate that EU policy makers have now started to put contingency plans in place for a potential Greek exit. German and Euro wide manufacturing PMI was worse than expected; moreover, German business survey figures were well below market expectations underlining the negative sentiment in the region. With the markets in turmoil due to the uncertainty surrounding Greece’s future; we will have to see if there is any respite for the euro in the coming weeks. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar perf ormed well this week driven by its “safe haven” status in a risk adverse market. On the data front, US jobless claims came in as expected, durable goods orders figures missed market estimates and new and existing home sales figures both beat markets expectations. The US dollar tends to rally in times of crises as investors flee from riskier assets; we will have to see how long this trend continues; so, call in now for a live quote and the latest news.

Elsewhere, the main news out this week was that Fitch (one of the big three credit rating agencies) downgraded Japan’s sovereign rating to A+ with a negative outlook. Rumours started to circulate yesterday that the Swiss central bank had intervened causing EUR/CHF to spike to the highest price since March. The OECD also made the suggestion that Canada should look to raise interest rates to counteract inflationary pressure. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

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Posted May 24th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2461
US$/GBP – 1.5682
CHF/GBP – 1.4972
CAN$/GBP – 1.6078
AUS$/GBP – 1.6062
ZAR/GBP – 13.151
JPY/GBP – 124.67
HKD/GBP – 12.175
NZD/GBP – 2.0843
SEK/GBP – 11.231
AED/GBP – 5.7614
US$/EURO – 1.2579
INR/GBP – 88.15

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Sterling strengthened against the euro and the commodity backed currencies; but, weakened against the US dollar and Japanese yen as risk aversion drove the market. Data released yesterday showed a sharp drop in retail sales figures to -2.3% when only a -0.8% figure was expected. The Bank of England’s policy meeting minutes revealed that the MPC members voted 8-1 to keep quantitative easing unchanged despite the deterioration of the Eurozone. Revised GDP data released today could cause a lot of volatility if the figures differ significantly from the widely disputed preliminary figures that showed the UK was back in a technical recession; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The euro was extremely weak yesterday reaching a 22 month low against the US dollar as fears that Greece could soon leave the euro were reaching fever pitch as rumours started to circulate that EU policy makers have now started to put contingency plans in place. German bond yields (treaded as a safe haven) have also reached an all-time low reaffirming the markets fear for the so called "Grexit” (Greek exit). German and Euro wide manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) figures are released today; furthermore, German business climate data will go some way to show the state of the Eurozone economy; however, expect any news from Greece to have a much bigger impact on the market. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar performed well yesterday driven by investors seeking “safer havens” following the on-going developments in Europe. On the data front, new home sales figures released yesterday came in above markets expectations. Out today, the main news on the agenda is the weekly change in unemployment claims and figures showing the change in the total value of new purchase orders placed with manufacturers for durable goods. With the fears over the Eurozone continuing to dominate investor’s minds, we will have to see how long this strong dollar trend continues; call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

Elsewhere; like the US dollar, the Japanese yen performed well today due to its safe haven status and following the Japanese central banks decision to not do anything at its monetary policy meeting. The annual budget for New Zealand was released first thing this morning; furthermore, Chinese PMI was also released. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

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Posted May 23rd, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2414
US$/GBP – 1.5742
CHF/GBP – 1.4910
CAN$/GBP – 1.6097
AUS$/GBP – 1.6094
ZAR/GBP – 13.154
JPY/GBP – 125.16
HKD/GBP – 12.2231
NZD/GBP – 2.0946
SEK/GBP – 11.271
AED/GBP – 5.7861
US$/EURO – 1.2672
INR/GBP – 88.12

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Sterling came under pressure yesterday; but, recovered in the afternoon as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that the UK needs to consider injecting more money into the economy and potentially cutting interest rates to stimulate growth. Furthermore, data released in the UK showed that inflation has fallen to a two-year low, dropping from 3.5% to 3.0%. Both this month’s Monetary Policy Committee meeting minutes and monthly retail sales data are released today with the former potentially revealing the central banks intention to increase its accommodative monetary easing. If more members have voted for further quantitative easing than expected, then sterling could come under pressure today; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The euro was struggling yesterday due to the news that the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) had downgraded the growth forecasts in the EU and for Spain and Greece in particular. The EU economic summit should shed some light on any potential measures that could be implemented to fight the debt crisis and boost growth; however, with the German Chancellor Merkel and French President Hollande having very different opinions on the right cause of action, we will have to see what the outcome will be. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar performed well yesterday as risk aversion drove the markets due to the OECD and IMF announcements underlining a weak global economy. Existing home sales figures released yesterday came in above markets expectations recovering from last month’s decline. New home sales figures will be the main data on the agenda and investors will look for more positive data mirroring yesterday’s release; so, call in now for a live quote and the latest news.

Elsewhere, Fitch (one of the big three credit rating agencies) downgraded Japan’s sovereign rating to A+ with a negative outlook which caused the yen to weaken against the majority of currencies despite its traditional “safe haven” status. The OECD made the suggestion that Canada should look to raise interest rates to counteract inflationary pressure. The official call rate from Japan and its monetary policy statement was announced first thing this morning; furthermore, retail sales figures from Canada are also released today. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

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Posted May 22nd, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2374
US$/GBP – 1.5823
CHF/GBP – 1.4869
CAN$/GBP – 1.6079
AUS$/GBP – 1.5941
ZAR/GBP – 13.021
JPY/GBP – 125.73
HKD/GBP – 12.2810
NZD/GBP – 2.0651
SEK/GBP – 11.258
AED/GBP – 5.8038
US$/EURO – 1.2782
INR/GBP – 86.98

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Sterling was fairly range bound yesterday as very little data was released globally; but, weakened to a 2 week low against the euro. Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures released today will show the change in the price of goods and services purchased by consumers and are expected to show a drop from 3.5% to 3.1%. Furthermore, the Bank of England’s inflation letter that follows will provide further insight into the potential for more quantitative easing in the near term. Other data to be released includes the Public Sector Net Borrowing figures which show the difference in value between spending and income for public corporations, the central government, and local governments during the previous month. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The euro trended weaker again yesterday as fears surrounding the future of Greece continued to dominate the minds of traders. The Spanish finance minister suggested that Spanish GDP figures in Q2 would show another contraction underlining the poor state of the economy. Consumer confidence is the main release in what is a light data for data in Europe. As per usual, the Spanish banks solvency troubles and the Greece situation will be centre stage in the financial world tomorrow as investors look to see if any sudden developments may occur. Call in now the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar maintained its relative strength against the majority of currencies due to its “safe haven” status yesterday. A member of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) suggested that further quantitative easing should still be considered and should be implemented if the economy continues to deteriorate. Existing home sales figures will be the main data on the agenda, whilst a member of the FOMC is also speaking. Call in now for a live update and a live quote.

Elsewhere, Chinese policy makers have suggested that they are willing to take further measures to boost its economy if deemed necessary. Quarterly inflation expectations from New Zealand were released first thing this morning; but, very little other data is released today. Call in now for a live price and the latest news.

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Posted May 21st, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2372
US$/GBP – 1.5803
CHF/GBP – 1.4861
CAN$/GBP – 1.6101
AUS$/GBP – 1.6061
ZAR/GBP – 13.109
JPY/GBP – 125.41
HKD/GBP – 12.2768
NZD/GBP – 2.0881
SEK/GBP – 11.261
AED/GBP – 5.8044
US$/EURO – 1.2773
INR/GBP – 86.35

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Sterling strengthened against the commodity backed currencies on Friday; but, weakened off against the majority of others as one of the members of the Monetary Policy Committee suggested that further Quantitative Easing could be required to prop up the UK economy. Revised GDP data this week will show if the UK economy is actually back in recession as many economists suspect the preliminary figures released were inaccurate. The Bank of England’s inflation letter, Monetary Policy Committee meeting minutes and monthly retail sales data could cause a lot of volatility this week by providing insight into the state of the UK’s economy and any action that could be taken in the next couple of months. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The euro recovered against the majority of currencies on Friday despite the continued worry about a potential Greek exit. Manufacturing and services Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) data is released this week; furthermore, business climate data from Germany showing the sentiment of manufacturers, builders, wholesalers and retailers will go some way to show the state of the euro economy which is extremely fragile at present. Call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

The US dollar remained relatively strong on Friday compounded by the markets fear about the future of the euro. The Facebook stock market listing dominated the markets on Friday as the world looked to see if the largest ever internet listing could increase risk appetite in the global markets. On the data front this week, new and existing home sales figures are released, as well as durable goods orders and unemployment claims. Call in now for the latest update and a live quote.

Elsewhere, the main data released on Friday was the Canadian Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures which showed a 0.4% rise in the change in the price of goods and services purchased by consumers.  Inflation expectations and the annual budget for New Zealand is released this week, manufacturing PMI data from China, Canadian retail sales data and the official interest rate from Japan will also be announced. With a lot of data released this week, there is the potential for a lot of volatility; so, call in now for the latest news and a live quote.

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Posted May 18th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2451
US$/GBP – 1.5771
CHF/GBP - 1.4958
CAN$/GBP – 1.6092
AUS$/GBP – 1.6051
ZAR/GBP – 13.251
JPY/GBP – 124.98
HKD/GBP – 12.2534
NZD/GBP – 2.0841
SEK/GBP – 11.401
AED/GBP – 5.7941
US$/EURO – 1.2668
INR/GBP – 86.39

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Sterling hit fresh highs against the euro this week as the markets continued to speculate that Greece could soon leave the euro before weakening off against the majority of currencies yesterday. The Bank of England inflation report revealed a downgrade of its growth forecasts for the UK economy largely due to the fears spreading from the Eurozone. Other data released also revealed that the UK posted a slightly larger trade deficit than anticipated. With very little data released globally today, the markets will look to insight form the G8 meetings and any news from Europe for influence; so, call in now for an update and a live quote.

The euro came under a lot of pressure this week as fears spread that Greece could soon leave the Eurozone. As no government has been formed in Greece, another election has been scheduled for June 17th. Moody’s has downgraded 16 Spanish banks, and Fitch has also downgraded Greece causing further concern for investors. With no data out of the Eurozone today, the global markets will keep a very close eye on any news coming from Spain or Greece as fears surrounding the single currency continue to dominate the news. Call in now for a live update and the latest news.

The US dollar was a strong performer this week driven by investors seeking a “safe haven” for their money. US industrial production increased 1.1% in April, the strongest months growth since December 2010. Rumours started to spread that the Federal Bank could soon look to inject more money into the economy if it loses momentum. We will have to see how long the dollar will continue to strengthen due to its “safe haven” status. Call in now for a live quote and the latest news.

Elsewhere, the commodity backed currencies struggled this week and the Japanese yen strengthened as risk aversion drove the market. Core Canadian Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures released today will show the change in the price of goods and services purchased by consumers. Call in now for a live update and a live quote.

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Posted May 17th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Daily Currency Note

EURO/GBP – 1.2491
US$/GBP – 1.5902
CHF/GBP – 1.5006
CAN$/GBP – 1.6087
AUS$/GBP – 1.5990
ZAR/GBP – 13.161
JPY/GBP – 127.75
HKD/GBP – 12.3548
NZD/GBP – 2.0748
SEK/GBP – 11.361
AED/GBP – 5.8402
US$/EURO – 1.2722
INR/GBP – 86.53

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Sterling suffered a setback as the Bank of England cut its growth forecasts and noted that events in the Euro zone increased risk of the UK economic recovery faltering. Not a surprise given events in the southern states of the euro zone and our dependency on the Euro zone as a trading partner. A bit like Canada being very dependent on the US economy. This has raised the spectre of further quantitative easing in the UK which is negative for sterling. One piece of good news was that unemployment had fallen. Call in now to find out the latest news and rates in these highly volatile times.

The euro is still under pressure. Although it gained ground against sterling it continued to lose ground against the US$ dipping below US$1.27/€1 at one stage. The problems in Greece continue with another general election having to be called. It also appears that the European Central Bank is limiting the funds being made available to certain Greek banks from The European Stability Fund which is increasing tension. So not a pretty picture and the debt crisis could well become a currency crisis. Call in now for the latest rates.

US industrial production increased 1.1% in April, the strongest months growth since December 2010. Hopefully this positive data will feed through to the employment figures especially as it is expected to continue. Housing starts also increased on an annualised basis by 2.6% which is another positive. So in comparison to the UK and Europe the US economy is moving forward which together with the US$’s safe haven status is supportive of the US$. For the latest rate get in contact now.

Elsewhere the commodity backed currencies have enjoyed a brief respite against sterling gaining ground on the back of possible further quantitative easing in the UK.

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