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  • 22nd October 2015 - Uncertainty ahead of ECB policy meeting
    5426 GBP CHF 1 4805 GBP JPY 184 77 GBP AUD 2 1405 GBP NZD 2 2841 GBP CAD 2 0254 GBP ZAR 20 8960 GBP NOK 12 6380 GBP SEK 12 8455 EUR USD 1 1305 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 19 30 GBP Retail Sales m m 0 3 0 2 13 30 CAD Core Retail Sales m m 0 0 13 30 EUR ECB Press Conference 13 30 USD Unemployment Claims 266K 255K 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 22 October 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

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    desired effect Therefore yesterday they announced that they ll initiate short term liquidity operations to inject 140 billion Yuan into the financial system This doesn t mean that the uncertainty and volatility stemming from this topic is over and trends can rapidly reverse Today a certain amount of focus will shift to the Jackson Hole Symposium which is a US Federal Reserve meeting held in Wyoming An event attended by central bankers finance ministers and academics from around the world The purpose of this will be predominantly to discuss Monetary Policy and the FOMC member s opinions on the effects that China will have on the highly anticipated interest rate hike Comments and speeches are broadcasted by the press Aside from this eyes will be cast to the US preliminary GDP data accompanied by the unemployment figures which are due to be released at 01 30pm GBP EUR 1 3660 GBP USD 1 5502 GBP CHF 1 4745 GBP JPY 185 95 GBP AUD 2 1725 GBP NZD 2 3975 GBP CAD 2 0505 GBP ZAR 20 1995 GBP NOK 12 8925 GBP SEK 13 0715 EUR USD 1 1325 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 09 00 EUR M3 Money Supply y y 4 9 5 13 30 USD Prelim GDP q q 3 2 2 3 13 30 USD Unemployment Claims 275K 277K 15 00 USD Pending Home Sales m m 1 3 1 8 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 26th August 2015 The Great Fall of China 26 August 2015 Super User News 0 comment The Great Fall of China China cut their interest rates by 0 25 to 4 6 yesterday which seemed to stem some of the panic in stock markets across the globe if only briefly Investors were looking for more from China s central bank to stabilise their much documented falling stock market and growth figures but the rate cut didn t seem to satisfy all A lot is being made of The Great Fall of China but to put this Chinese stock market move into context and stress its importance we can draw comparison with the recent crisis in Greece The destabilising effects Greece s bailout negotiations caused in Europe and globally were severe but Greece contributes only 0 38 of global GDP whilst China contributes nearly 16 China s stock market has lost nearly 25 of its value in just over a week Should this continue the knock on effect to its trade partners like the US could be catastrophic Once the dust settles markets will look at responses from Central banks around the world with the US already hinting that they could move from a widely expected interest rate rise to a new round of QE UK markets have moved their expectations for a UK rate rise from May to August next year Whatever currency you require the rest of this year looks to be just as volatile if not more so than the start and it would be prudent to mitigate as much risk as possible GBP EUR 1 3624 GBP USD 1 5673 GBP CHF 1 4752 GBP JPY 187 03 GBP AUD 2 1991 GBP NZD 2 4138 GBP CAD 2 082 GBP ZAR 20 613 GBP NOK 12 956 GBP SEK 13 128 EUR USD 1 1493 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD AUD RBA s Governor Glenn Stevens Speech 12 30 USD Durable Goods Orders Jul 0 5 3 4 11 00 USD MBA Mortgage Applications Aug 21 3 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 25th August 2015 The Trillion Dollar Shockwave 25 August 2015 Super User News 0 comment The Trillion Dollar Shockwave Yesterday proved to be a very testing time in global markets as an estimated 1 trillion was wiped off the value of some of the world s top companies Continued uncertainty in China led to a domino effect felt across the globe The volatility from yesterday s session soared to levels not witnessed since the fallout from the financial crisis with the foundations of the Chinese economy being tested and a Shanghai Stock Exchange falling 9 US stocks felt a lot of the global pain yesterday Initial losses in the morning session were temporarily corrected before another fall in the afternoon session This was the biggest decline in the Dow Jones in over 4 years and it also bought the biggest ever opening point drop of all time A subject that has taken the back seat over the last week is Athens During the meltdown yesterday not many noticed Greek banks share price touch on the 25 drop mark as a mixture of the global crisis and uncertainty over a Grexit continued It is also expected that if the Greek Popular Unity Group cannot form a government under Panagiotis Lafazanis then Greece could develop a caretaker government until they go to the polls later this year GBP EUR 1 3645 GBP USD 1 5762 GBP CHF 1 4785 GBP JPY 188 32 GBP AUD 2 1837 GBP NZD 2 4205 GBP CAD 2 0862 GBP ZAR 20 732 GBP NOK 12 948 GBP SEK 13 051 EUR USD 1 1452 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR

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  • 16th December 2015 - Buying Dollars?
    Pound Sterling and the Euro appears to reflect an inevitable interest rate hike today Although the rate move seems to be fully expected any accompanying statements from the FOMC remain uncertain Markets will be looking for further indication of the Federal Reserve rate tightening cycle beginning opening up room for future rate hikes into 2016 However recent rhetoric from the Central bank has been that policy normalisation will be very gradual in 2016 with a forecast of three more rate hikes in the calendar year Coupled with dollar strength the Pound Sterling continues to suffer from negative sentiment with the labour market proving an added hurdle while a decline in real wages could continue to place downward pressure on the GBP All in all wild market moves are expected throughout the day with a sound hedging strategy of best interest heading into the New Year GBP EUR 1 3740 GBP USD 1 5030 GBP CHF 1 4865 GBP JPY 183 15 GBP AUD 2 0875 GBP NZD 2 2235 GBP CAD 2 0665 GBP ZAR 22 4530 GBP NOK 13 0850 GBP SEK 12 7530 EUR USD 1 0935 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD

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  • 15th December 2015 - The Fed and World prepare
    sales manager s index published yesterday by World Economics shows that the US is in a state of contraction posting a score down to 48 9 from 52 4 with a score below 50 representing contraction Their chief executive Ed Jones said although this may not affect this month s rate rise it may result in the move towards normalisation being minimal hinting that the following rise may be further away than expected Minouche Shafik a Bank of England rate setter said yesterday that she would not consider voting to raise UK rates until wage growth picks up She explained to the Institute of Directors in London that wage growth had levelled off and would not consider a raise until convinced that wage growth will be sustained at a level consistent with inflation returning to target GBP EUR 1 3734 GBP USD 1 5146 GBP CHF 1 4872 GBP JPY 183 10 GBP AUD 2 0894 GBP NZD 2 2232 GBP CAD 2 0744 GBP ZAR 22 7475 GBP NOK 13 1265 GBP SEK 12 7509 EUR USD 1 1019 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 09 30 GBP Consumer Price Index YoY

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  • 14th December 2015 - The week we have all been waiting for
    over the past few days that there are still many who question this theory There could quite easily be heightened volatility at times and one thing s for sure whatever decision is made the Dollar is a global deposit currency and it will affect all global markets not solely currency pairs that include the USD There won t be any crucial fundamental data releases today but the European Central Bank President Draghi will be speaking at 11am Although his speeches are scrutinised by traders and investors this one isn t expected to cause any surprises as the ECB declared a change to their Policy stance earlier in the month and indicated that there probably wouldn t be any further revision until March GBP EUR 1 3836 GBP USD 1 5144 GBP CHF 1 4937 GBP JPY 183 64 GBP AUD 2 0974 GBP NZD 2 2524 GBP CAD 2 0753 GBP ZAR 22 7803 GBP NOK 13 1187 GBP SEK 12 8989 EUR USD 1 0943 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 10 00 EUR Industrial Production w d a YoY Oct 1 3 1 7 10 00 EUR Industrial Production s a

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  • 11th December 2015 - BoE dovish on rate hike
    touch weaker there had been speculation that BoE officials could afford to sound slightly more hawkish than in its inflation report a month ago But against that was the turbulence of the past week s brutal sell off in oil and other commodities and risks that markets will be spooked by the national debate next year on whether to leave the European Union The South African Rand continued its decline against all pairings this morning as the shock sacking of Finance Minister Mr Nene The country has around 18 months before its debt level will be downgraded to junk and this should be enough time to change course but some insiders say that there is little will to pull together with some questioning whether powers to be realise the importance of a credit rating GBP EUR 1 3825 GBP USD 1 5155 GBP CHF 1 4956 GBP JPY 184 82 GBP AUD 2 0922 GBP NZD 2 2461 GBP CAD 2 0689 GBP ZAR 23 365 GBP NOK 13 132 GBP SEK 12 885 EUR USD 1 0951 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 10 15 EUR Targeted LTRO 15 5B 13 30

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  • 10th December 2015 - Rand plummets as finance minister is fired
    been sacked without attempting to give any explanation We have a day to look forward to packed with an array of fundamental data releases and Central Bank Press announcements so the potential for volatile markets in fairly high The Pound has strengthened slightly before the Bank of England s final Policy meeting of the year as economists expect them to keep interest rates at the record low level The currency moved against the Dollar to over 1 51 for the first time in several days Following Governor Mark Carney s comments in the November meeting Sterling affiliated markets dropped by over 1 percent as forecasts for growth and inflation were reduced solidifying expectations that there isn t likely to be an interest rate increase in the near future GBP EUR 1 3802 GBP USD 1 5150 GBP CHF 1 4925 GBP JPY 184 45 GBP AUD 2 0774 GBP NZD 2 2445 GBP CAD 2 0535 GBP ZAR 22 7001 GBP NOK 13 1245 GBP SEK 12 8033 EUR USD 1 0965 All rates are indicative of interbank rates GBP EUR GBP USD EUR USD 08 30 CHF SNB Monetary Policy Assessment and Press conf 12 00 GBP Monetary Policy

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  • 9th December 2015 - Stunted Growth
    Eurozone economy grew at a modest pace of 0 3 in the third quarter having expanded by 0 4 in its previous quarter The GDP figures were released in line with expectations echoing muted optimism on concerted efforts by the ECB to induce growth early 2015 have had the desired effect as reiterated by Mario Draghi s comments in last week press conference Although not a given that the euro bloc of nations was out of the doldrums the currency certainly managed to trade well off 2015 lows against the GBP and the USD Last week the ECB announced further stimulus measures in the hope to secure growth and a rise in inflation What has proved a point of concern for the Central Bank has been a slowing in the Global economy as seen by China s recent turmoil which has threatened to undermine concerted efforts to spur activity adopted in March GBP EUR 1 3780 GBP USD 1 5045 GBP CHF 1 4940 GBP JPY 188 75 GBP AUD 2 0835 GBP NZD 2 2665 GBP CAD 2 0415 GBP ZAR 21 8850 GBP NOK 13 1650 GBP SEK 12 7650 EUR USD 1 0915 All rates are indicative

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