Posts tagged with "BoE"
Focus on Currencies: Mid September
Sep 16, 2016
In August, the BoE said it was prepared to provide more monetary stimulus if necessary. Yet, the Bank decided not to change anything in its monetary policy.
Waiting on Brexit: ECB leaves monetary policy unchanged
Jul 22, 2016
Like the Bank of England (BoE), the European Central Bank (ECB) has not changed its monetary policy at its first meeting since Brexit.
UK Pound rises after BoE’s decision
Jul 15, 2016
With an 8-1 majority BOE decided to keep its key rate at 0.5% - which has remained unchanged since 2009 - and to keep its asset purchase program steady.
GBP: Sentiment Rises with Bank Minutes & Economic Data on Watch
Aug 2, 2015
Sentiment in GBP/USD remains relatively strong with the Bank of England expected to be not far behind the Federal Reserve in terms of their interest rate schedule.
Cable Dips Ahead of BOE Minutes: Carney Comments in Spotlight
Jul 20, 2015
The rally in GBP/USD has waned over the past few days after reaching a high of 1.5677. Markets had already discounted hawkish comments from the Bank of England’s chief Mark Carney last week.
Sterling Consolidates after BOE Rate Decision
Jul 9, 2015
Cable moved within a sideways range for much of the day as traders focused on global events, most notably in China. Optimism improved after the Chinese Shanghai Composite rebounded 5.7%.
Weekly Outlook: Oil, Sterling, the Dollar, and the Euro
Nov 17, 2014
The week ahead could prove significant for currency traders as an important batch of data releases and policy announcements are due to take place.
German 3rd Quarter GDP, EUR/USD Steady
Nov 14, 2014
German GDP figures released this morning showed the economy grew by just 0.1%in the 3rd Quarter. Another negative quarter would have technically tipped the German economy into recession.
BoE Statement: Traders Await German 3rd Quarter Data
Nov 13, 2014
The Bank of England released its quarterly inflation report yesterday, with governor Mark Carney indicating that inflation is likely to fall temporarily below 1% in the months ahead.
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