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Euro reaches almost three-year highs against the Greenback

Euro reaches almost three-year highs against the Greenback

2nd January 2018
The Greenback extended its loses against the Euro last week, with the Euro rising to almost three-year highs against the currency. The Conference Board Consumer Confidence report posted a bearish…
UK given green light to progress Brexit talks

UK given green light to progress Brexit talks

18th December 2017
The UK was given the green light on Friday to progress Brexit talks to the next stage to discuss trade and security agreements. However, it is not all positive for the UK.
Week Ahead - 11th December 2017

Week Ahead - 11th December 2017

11th December 2017
Brexit continued to dominate the headlines over the weekend, as Theresa May seems optimistic that the EU will allow the UK to move talks onto trade, after last minute talks last week.
The week ahead: Brexit talks set to continue

The week ahead: Brexit talks set to continue

4th December 2017
There is a big week ahead for the UK as Brexit talks are set to continue. Theresa May is heading to Brussels today to have lunch with the European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker.
Euro strengthens on Merkel’s life line

Euro strengthens on Merkel’s life line

27th November 2017
After struggling to form a coalition with the Free Democratic Party, German Chancellor, Angela Merkel was thrown a life line at the end of last week as the Social Democrats offered her an…
Euro weakens as Merkel is unable to form a government

Euro weakens as Merkel is unable to form a government

20th November 2017
The Euro took a tumble in the early Monday trading sessions, as it was announced German Chancellor, Angela Merkel was struggling to form a new coalition Government, following the Free Democratic…
Uncertainty causes Pound to tumble

Uncertainty causes Pound to tumble

13th November 2017
The Pound tumbled over the weekend as it was announced 40 members of the Conservative party are set to sign a vote of no confidence in the current Prime Minister, Theresa May.