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  • 11th November 2015 - In or Out, there’s a lot to think about!
    4098 GBP USD 1 5139 GBP CHF 1 5203 GBP JPY 186 41 GBP AUD 2 1457 GBP NZD 2 3114 GBP CAD 2 009 GBP ZAR 21 4927 GBP NOK 13 0353 GBP SEK 13 128 EUR USD 1 0732 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 09 30 GBP Claimant Count Change Oct 4 6K 10 30 GBP BOE s Governor Carney speech 13 15 EUR ECB President Draghi s Speech All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold Rates are correct as of 8 00am UK time CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown Last updated 11 November 2015 Daily News Super User 25 Apr 25th April 2016 Rate hike in June unlikely as Yellen emphasises downside risks Read more Super User 22 Apr 22nd April 2016 Retail sales report rekindles concerns over potential UK slowdown Read more Super User 21 Apr 21st April 2016 Dreary Draghi Due Read more Sign up to our newsletter Please complete all required fields Please tell us your name Please use only alpha numeric characters Please use only alpha numeric characters Your Email Please let us know your email address Business Personal Business Personal Invalid Input Please tell us a telephone number you can be contacted on Please use only numbers and hyphens Get in touch CentralFX 2 America Square London EC3N 2LU 44 0 207 265 7979 info centralfx co uk We trade currency here You can trade currencies too Why not try our currency calculator and use our currency chart and currency economic calculator Currency

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  • 10th November 2015 - ECB to Cut Deposit Rate
    1 4035 GBP USD 1 5085 GBP CHF 1 5145 GBP JPY 185 95 GBP AUD 2 1375 GBP NZD 2 3145 GBP CAD 2 0030 GBP ZAR 21 5350 GBP NOK 13 1080 GBP SEK 13 1120 EUR USD 1 0755 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 01 30 CNY CPI 1 5 1 6 All Day EUR EcoFin Meetings 19 30 USD FOMC Member Evans Speaks 20 00 NZD RBNZ Financial Stability Report All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold Rates are correct as of 8 00am UK time CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown Last updated 10 November 2015 Daily News Super User 25 Apr 25th April 2016 Rate hike in June unlikely as Yellen emphasises downside risks Read more Super User 22 Apr 22nd April 2016 Retail sales report rekindles concerns over potential UK slowdown Read more Super User 21 Apr 21st April 2016 Dreary Draghi Due Read more Sign up to our newsletter Please complete all required fields Please tell us your name Please use only alpha numeric characters Please use only alpha numeric characters Your Email Please let us know your email address Business Personal Business Personal Invalid Input Please tell us a telephone number you can be contacted on Please use only numbers and hyphens Get in touch CentralFX 2 America Square London EC3N 2LU 44 0 207 265 7979 info centralfx co uk We trade currency here You can trade currencies too Why not try our currency calculator and use our currency chart and currency

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  • 9th November 2015 - 3 Day Hangover
    1 5109 GBP JPY 186 06 GBP AUD 2 1368 GBP NZD 2 3004 GBP CAD 2 0018 GBP ZAR 21 408 GBP NOK 13 024 GBP SEK 13 115 EUR USD 1 0768 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 13 15 CAD Housing Starts s a YoY Oct 230 7K 15 00 USD Labor Market Conditions Index Oct 17 00 USD Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Rosengren Speech All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold Rates are correct as of 8 00am UK time CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown Last updated 09 November 2015 Daily News Super User 25 Apr 25th April 2016 Rate hike in June unlikely as Yellen emphasises downside risks Read more Super User 22 Apr 22nd April 2016 Retail sales report rekindles concerns over potential UK slowdown Read more Super User 21 Apr 21st April 2016 Dreary Draghi Due Read more Sign up to our newsletter Please complete all required fields Please tell us your name Please use only alpha numeric characters Please use only alpha numeric characters Your Email Please let us know your email address Business Personal Business Personal Invalid Input Please tell us a telephone number you can be contacted on Please use only numbers and hyphens Get in touch CentralFX 2 America Square London EC3N 2LU 44 0 207 265 7979 info centralfx co uk We trade currency here You can trade currencies too Why not try our currency calculator and use our currency chart and currency economic calculator Currency is everything

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  • 6th November 2015 - Carney kicks us into 2017!
    2 1211 GBP NZD 2 2965 GBP CAD 1 9902 GBP ZAR 21 152 GBP NOK 13 021 GBP SEK 13 105 EUR USD 1 0888 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 09 30 GBP Manufacturing Production YoY Sep 0 9 0 8 13 30 USD Non Farm Payrolls Oct 180k 142k 13 30 USD Unemployment Rate Oct 5 1 5 1 13 30 CAD Unemployment Rate Oct 7 1 7 1 All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold Rates are correct as of 8 00am UK time CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown Last updated 06 November 2015 Daily News Super User 25 Apr 25th April 2016 Rate hike in June unlikely as Yellen emphasises downside risks Read more Super User 22 Apr 22nd April 2016 Retail sales report rekindles concerns over potential UK slowdown Read more Super User 21 Apr 21st April 2016 Dreary Draghi Due Read more Sign up to our newsletter Please complete all required fields Please tell us your name Please use only alpha numeric characters Please use only alpha numeric characters Your Email Please let us know your email address Business Personal Business Personal Invalid Input Please tell us a telephone number you can be contacted on Please use only numbers and hyphens Get in touch CentralFX 2 America Square London EC3N 2LU 44 0 207 265 7979 info centralfx co uk We trade currency here You can trade currencies too Why not try our currency calculator and use our currency chart and currency economic calculator Currency

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  • Super User
    London last month that saw a positive move in new house listings with a serious lack of supply and plenty of demand Outside of London the worst hit areas are within Somerset with a drop of 31 1 It would seem that financing is not a problem with thousands of people passing mortgage applications but such a lack of supply and an unwillingness to market their hands are tied Elsewhere we have our eyes on Thursday s Federal Reserve Interest rate decision whereby there is still a chance we could see a 10 year record low interest rate in the world s biggest economy come to an end The key move here will be a relaxed sentiment as for the last year we have heard countless discussions gearing towards a September Hike We are expected to see volatility if the Fed goes against the grain on this one GBP EUR 1 3642 GBP USD 1 5443 GBP CHF 1 4952 GBP JPY 184 68 GBP AUD 2 1642 GBP NZD 2 4432 GBP CAD 2 0431 GBP ZAR 20 792 GBP NOK 12 661 GBP SEK 12 723 EUR USD 1 1298 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 09 30 GBP Consumer Price Index MoM Aug 0 2 0 2 13 30 USD Retail Sales MoM Aug 0 3 0 6 14 15 USD Industrial Production MoM Aug 0 2 0 6 All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold Rates are correct as of 8 00am UK time CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown Read more 14th September 2015 Chinese Decline Continues 14 September 2015 Super User News 0 comment Chinese Decline Continues Stocks in China continued their devaluation this morning dropping the most in three weeks after data suggested China s slowdown is worsening The Shanghai Composite Index lost 3 4 as industrial output missed expectation and confidence slumped to its lowest level since 2013 on fears that the Federal Reserve will this week vote to raise interest rates Industrial output also missed expectation and investment was also down This all paints an incredibly bleak picture and with the full effects yet to be felt around the globe currency prices are likely to fluctuate drastically in the immanent future This week sees central banks from Japan Switzerland and most importantly America decide on interest rates Focus will be on America on Thursday for their announcement which was previously predicted to be the start of rate hikes Most economists now think rates will be held citing the slow down in China as the main concern Interest rates in the UK should rise relatively soon according to Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee member Martin Weale Weale is the second policy member to support rises publically despite holding his vote in last weeks count This despite the UK posting its worst growth figures for 27 months in August Other than interest rates this week s significant data releases include CPI for the UK tomorrow morning and US retail sales in the afternoon Wednesday sees Eurozone and US CPI followed by Canadian CPI on Friday GBP EUR 1 3646 GBP USD 1 5463 GBP CHF 1 5009 GBP JPY 185 75 GBP AUD 2 1767 GBP NZD 2 4447 GBP CAD 2 0476 GBP ZAR 20 997 GBP NOK 12 601 GBP SEK 12 749 EUR USD 1 1331 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 09 00 EUR Industrial Production w d a YoY Jul 0 6 1 2 09 00 EUR Industrial Production s a MoM Jul 0 2 0 4 15 30 US 6 Month Bill Auction 0 275 All rates shown are indicative of interbank rates and should only be used for indication purposes only It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate and that rates may vary depending on the amount and the base currency that is purchased or sold Rates are correct as of 8 00am UK time CentralFX are not responsible for the rates shown Read more 11th September 2015 Central Bank Standoff 11 September 2015 Super User News 0 comment Central Bank Standoff The Pound Sterling rallied on Thursday against the USD following the Bank of England s decision to keep rates on hold at 0 5 as was widely expected With there being no change to the 8 to 1 vote in favour of holding rates markets reacted on accompanying statements that the UK economy would be insulated from the recent sell off in China s Stock market The Pound managed to post a two week high against the Greenback following the statement as plans to slowly tighten interest rates at the turn of the New Year do not appear to be shelved in light of recent uncertainty and slowing in the world s second largest economy The market consensus is the Bank of England will look to raise interest rates in the first quarter of 2016 The onus now quickly shifts to the Federal Reserve meeting scheduled to take place on the 17 th of September in which policy makers are widely expected to raise rates If the FOMC were to take a similar view point that the situation in China would not detract monetary policy we may see rates rise from record lows in the US and the first time since the height of the Global financial crisis in 2008 With such event risks ahead the volatility in currency markets is likely to remain a constant theme GBP EUR 1 3670 GBP USD 1 5450 GBP CHF 1 4995 GBP JPY 186 20 GBP AUD 2 1910 GBP NZD 2 4520 GBP CAD 2 0485 GBP ZAR 21 1550 GBP NOK 12 6140 GBP SEK 12

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  • 11th January 2016 - UK manufacturers echo George Osborne’s warning
    about a dangerous cocktail of economic risks chimes with the manufacturers of whom 42 cited significant swings in the exchange rates among their top risks Obviously though whilst one cannot control the global economy exchange rate volatility is a fairly simple one for you and your dealer to manage During a week featuring little fundamental data releases Thursday s Bank of England interest rate decision is the stand out market mover There have been mixed signals from the policy makers and Thursday is by no means an easy decision to predict Having previously been expected to raise imminently many analysts are now arguing that rises could be put back until Q4 owing largely to recent events in China and low inflation Previously the vote was 8 1 and any change will be interpreted with significance along with any clues as to wavering voters amongst the minutes released simultaneously GBP EUR 1 3375 GBP USD 1 4548 GBP CHF 1 4518 GBP JPY 171 18 GBP AUD 2 0835 GBP NZD 2 2241 GBP CAD 2 0566 GBP ZAR 24 1083 GBP NOK 12 93 GBP SEK 12 3886 EUR USD 1 0871 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP

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  • 8th January 2016 - Slow Start for Sterling
    for their economy with China renowned for devaluing or revaluing the CNY to handle different economic situations As a result movement is expected following the shock in their markets this week The end of the trading week has been volatile Friday is the first day since the suspension of the circuit breaker which has intercepted China s markets twice this week The Shanghai Composite rebounded by 2 today however the weekly movement was a staggering drop of roughly 10 Attention this afternoon will be turned and solely focused on the USA as the first Non Farm Payroll and Unemployment Figure of the year is released at its usual time of 13 30 GMT last month s figures were 211K and 5 respectively After the first interest rate hike last month for over 9 years in the US improved results this afternoon surely would continue the Dollar s positive charge against its competitors GBP EUR 1 3411 GBP USD 1 4611 GBP CHF 1 4605 GBP JPY 172 75 GBP AUD 2 0786 GBP NZD 2 2010 GBP CAD 2 0616 GBP ZAR 23 4220 GBP NOK 12 9823 GBP SEK 12 4250 EUR USD 1 0885 All rates are indicative

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  • 7th January 2016 - Rand Continues to Plunge
    inflation and disappointing wage growth are fuelling the recent decline in the strength of the Pound As a result it will be interesting to see the picture that George Osborne paints during his speeches in Cardiff today The Rand is now teetering on an all time low and the South African stock market plummeted due to concerns that China s widely publicised struggles will have a negative impact on the South African economy The sell off of Chinese equities further intensified as the People s Bank of China set the fixing of the Yuan 0 51 lower Due to the fact that these concerns are unlikely to dissipate in the foreseeable future many believe that the Rand is unlikely to regain lost ground In addition the currency has been under pressure because of rising interest rates in the US a slump in commodity prices and generally poor economic growth GBP EUR 1 3525 GBP USD 1 4577 GBP CHF 1 4692 GBP JPY 172 15 GBP AUD 2 0695 GBP NZD 2 1915 GBP CAD 2 0615 GBP ZAR 23 4010 GBP NOK 13 0533 GBP SEK 12 5165 EUR USD 1 0770 All rates are indicative of interbank rates

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