Click to enlarge Sterling had some reasons to be cheerful in the week gone by. Retail sales data was better than expected, and last week’s._.
Click to enlarge Markets remain underwhelmed by the mixed week of tax dodging, Westminster sleaze, and cabinet coming and goings. Sterling has sat back and._.
Click to enlarge Progress in the negotiations between the UK and Europe as we’ve heard of late this week should be seen as supportive for._.
Click to enlarge The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, describing Brussels as ‘the enemy’ isn’t perhaps the best way to warm the frosty relationship._.
Click to enlarge From the dizzy heights of €1.14 from the lows of €1.07 just a few weeks ago, the pound was always going to._.
click to enlarge Sterling had enjoyed a multi week high until data on Friday morning reminded the market that the road to Brexit is full._.