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Currency News 13.07.2018

Today's Currency Market Focus

GBP: US to reject a Soft Brexit

EUR: Euro wilting

USD: Higher despite inflation miss 

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GBP: US to reject a Soft Brexit

Theresa May finally released the government’s Brexit White Paper yesterday but the joy has been short-lived. 

President Trump has indicated the current plans would “kill” any chances of a UK-US trade deal. Party over. 

Brexit seems to be a no-win issue for Theresa May and it continues to haunt the Pound. 

EUR: Euro wilting

The Euro also finds itself in a weak position. 

With the EU economy wilting in the summer, a cautious mood has once again returned to the European Central Bank (ECB). 

Yesterday the latest minutes from the ECB revealed that its members are not considering raising rates next year, which was in contrast to market expectations.  

USD: Higher despite inflation miss

The Dollar will not be deterred at the moment. 

Yesterday saw the latest CPI figures come in under estimates – which would normally be Dollar negative. 

However, geopolitical events are overshadowing day-to-day data. Donald Trump’s road trip is producing some big and sometimes scary headlines which is leading to greater risk aversion and therefore benefiting safe-haven currencies such as the Dollar. 

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Current rates: 

Friday 13th July 2018 at 14:15

£1.00 GBP = 1.1304 EURO

£1.00 GBP = 1.3158 USD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7818 AUD

£1.00 GBP = 1.9552 NZD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7358 CAD

£1.00 GBP = 17.5370 ZAR

Need to Send Money Abroad?

At Clé France, many of our customers have a need for currency exchange.

We are pleased to have partnered with Key Currency to offer our customers favourable exchange rates on international currency transfers.

Key Currency is an award-winning currency exchange specialist, Key Currency Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Payment Institution (Financial Services Register No. 753989) and experienced in executing high-volume transactions.

As a Clé France website visitor, you qualify for preferential exchange rates when you transact through Key Currency.

Save money on your foreign currency transfers

Key Currency can save you money by offering more competitive rates of exchange than retail banks.

Clients can typically save you 3-4% of the total transaction value, which can result in significant cost savings.

All client funds are held in segregated accounts with top-tier banks keeping your money safe and secure.

Download our "Buying A Property in France" Guide PDF document now.

For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk 

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Currency News 12.07.2018

Today's Currency Market Focus

GBP: Sterling attempts a comeback

EUR: Germany’s struggles weigh on the Euro

USD: Oh dear, yet more tariffs 

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GBP: Sterling attempts a comeback

It’s been a volatile week for Sterling so far with two senior Cabinet members resigning. But many traders were surprised to see that Sterling has recouped most of its losses. 

If Theresa May can cling to power, she has probably got a better chance of getting a Brexit plan finalised with some of the main ‘obstacles’ now removed – which is why Sterling has not capitulated. 

Of course, those ‘obstacles’ are plotting in the background and will want to dethrone May at some point. But would they want to be PM now? Or is it better to let May do the heavy lifting on Brexit then make their move? 

EUR: Germany’s struggles weigh on the Euro

No one is invincible. First the Germans were knocked out of the World Cup. Now their economy has hit the skids. 

Yesterday we got the latest reading from the ZEW Survey which revealed economic sentiment has slumped to a six-year low. What’s more, analysts are worried a global trade war would hit Germany harder than most given many of its best industries rely heavily on exports. 

USD: Oh dear, yet more tariffs

President Trump is at it again. A further round of 10% tariffs have been announced in relation to $200 billion of Chinese goods. The Chinese have vowed to retaliate. 

While the US is the instigator of these ‘trade wars’, the irony is the Dollar is benefiting from its safe haven status. The market takes the view that even if protectionist policies ultimately hurt the US, they will hurt other countries far more. And as we know, currencies are a relative measure. 

More eventful news is no doubt coming as President Trump has a busy schedule lined up over the coming days with a NATO meeting, visit to the UK then meeting with President Putin. 

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To discuss current exchange rates and currency purchasing strategies, please contact your trader today on 01872 487 500.

If you don't yet have an account please request a free quote and we’ll look after you from there.

Have a great day,

Geoff Lambourne - Direct Dial me on 0044 (0)1872 487 470.

Current rates: 

Thursday 12th July 2018 at 15:00

£1.00 GBP = 1.1328 EURO

£1.00 GBP = 1.3227 USD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7875 AUD

£1.00 GBP = 1.9524 NZD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7412 CAD

£1.00 GBP = 17.6963 ZAR

Need to Send Money Abroad?

At Clé France, many of our customers have a need for currency exchange.

We are pleased to have partnered with Key Currency to offer our customers favourable exchange rates on international currency transfers.

Key Currency is an award-winning currency exchange specialist, Key Currency Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Payment Institution (Financial Services Register No. 753989) and experienced in executing high-volume transactions.

As a Clé France website visitor, you qualify for preferential exchange rates when you transact through Key Currency.

Save money on your foreign currency transfers

Key Currency can save you money by offering more competitive rates of exchange than retail banks.

Clients can typically save you 3-4% of the total transaction value, which can result in significant cost savings.

All client funds are held in segregated accounts with top-tier banks keeping your money safe and secure.

Download our "Buying A Property in France" Guide PDF document now.

For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk 

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Boris Quits, Pound in Turmoil

It’s been an eventful day…

First David Davis quit. Now Boris Johnson. The “Third Way” Brexit plan has spectacularly backfired. 

Tory backbenchers are openly declaring that Theresa May's premiership is effectively over. 

With just 8 months until Britain leaves the EU, time is running out.

In the coming weeks and months, the Pound will remain exposed to escalating political risk. 

For those wishing to mitigate their currency risk or need guidance on exchange rates, please do get in touch. 

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Have a great day,

Geoff Lambourne - Direct Dial me on 0044 (0)1872 487 470.

Current rates: 

Monday 9th July 2018 at 16:30

£1.00 GBP = 1.1275 EURO

£1.00 GBP = 1.3248 USD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7736 AUD

£1.00 GBP = 1.9372 NZD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7359 CAD

£1.00 GBP = 17.7238 ZAR

Need to Send Money Abroad?

At Clé France, many of our customers have a need for currency exchange.

We are pleased to have partnered with Key Currency to offer our customers favourable exchange rates on international currency transfers.

Key Currency is an award-winning currency exchange specialist, Key Currency Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Payment Institution (Financial Services Register No. 753989) and experienced in executing high-volume transactions.

As a Clé France website visitor, you qualify for preferential exchange rates when you transact through Key Currency.

Save money on your foreign currency transfers

Key Currency can save you money by offering more competitive rates of exchange than retail banks.

Clients can typically save you 3-4% of the total transaction value, which can result in significant cost savings.

All client funds are held in segregated accounts with top-tier banks keeping your money safe and secure.

Download our "Buying A Property in France" Guide PDF document now.

For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk 

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Is This The Calm Before the Storm ?

Today's Currency Market Focus

GBP: Short-lived rally

EUR: Treading water 

USD: Hog on hog

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GBP: Short-lived rally

The Pound fell yesterday after the incoming member of the Bank of England’s rate setting committee cast doubts over whether a UK rate rise is needed. 

Economics professor, John Haskel, shared his views with parliament’s Treasury Select Committee. He thinks the uncertainty over Brexit warrants a cautious approach. 

At last week’s meeting the committee voted 6-3 to keep rates on hold. It looks like the professor will be playing it safe. 

Time is running out for Theresa May to make progress on Brexit ahead of the EU Summit which begins tomorrow. 

EUR: Treading water

A quiet start to the week for the Euro with no real significant data to digest. 

Simmering in the background is the escalating global trade war. President Trump has hinted that Europe could be dragged into the scrap next. 

The Euro could be more lively in the coming days as we have German Consumer Confidence, CPI (inflation) and Unemployment. The trend of late has been negative, so investors will be hoping for an improvement. 

USD: Hog on hog

The Dollar held steady yesterday as President Trump turned his fire and fury on an American rather than foreign target. He’s not happy with Harley Davidson, which is moving a lot of their production from the US to Thailand. 

While this took some heat off China (and Europe), it still is part of the same problem. And that’s a problem that’s not going away. President Trump is prepared to play the long game and ride out a battle of retaliatory trade tariffs. 

In the mean time, USD investors have a fair bit coming up with Durable Goods today and GDP tomorrow? 

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Thanks For Reading, What Next?

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Have a great day,

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Current rates: 

Wednesday 27th June 2018 at 11:00

£1.00 GBP = 1.1351 EURO

£1.00 GBP = 1.3211 USD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7898 AUD

£1.00 GBP = 1.9362 NZD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7589 CAD

£1.00 GBP = 18.0341 ZAR

Need to Send Money Abroad?

At Clé France, many of our customers have a need for currency exchange.

We are pleased to have partnered with Key Currency to offer our customers favourable exchange rates on international currency transfers.

Key Currency is an award-winning currency exchange specialist, Key Currency Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Payment Institution (Financial Services Register No. 753989) and experienced in executing high-volume transactions.

As a Clé France website visitor, you qualify for preferential exchange rates when you transact through Key Currency.

Save money on your foreign currency transfers

Key Currency can save you money by offering more competitive rates of exchange than retail banks.

Clients can typically save you 3-4% of the total transaction value, which can result in significant cost savings.

All client funds are held in segregated accounts with top-tier banks keeping your money safe and secure.

Download our "Buying A Property in France" Guide PDF document now.

For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk 

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Sterling on the Rises from the Shadows

Today's Currency Market Focus

GBP: Sterling rises from the shadows

EUR: Euro gets slammed (on purpose)  

USD: Top Dollar

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GBP: Sterling rises from the shadows

The Pound has had some sharp swings this week even though most of the attention has been on the Euro and Dollar. 

In the UK, inflation may have disappointed but bumper growth in retail sales indicates the economy may be coming out of its mini-slump. 

With the Fed and ECB tightening policy, we feel the Bank of England will be more inclined to follow suit – which would be positive for the Pound. 

EUR: Euro gets slammed (on purpose)

The ECB managed to catch investors by surprise yesterday, triggering steep falls in the Euro. 

In the lead up to this month’s meeting the ECB had given markets the heads up they would announce the phasing out of monetary stimulus (bond purchases). But the ECB are a crafty bunch and didn’t want this news to propel the Euro any higher as it would hurt EU (ie German) exports. 

So they kept a little bit of bad news back for the big occasion – that interest rates would be on hold through to at least mid-2019. It was enough to spoil the party with the Euro leading the way down on the day. 

USD: Top Dollar

There’s no stopping the rampant Dollar at the moment. With the Euro deliberately dented by the European Central Bank and Sterling hindered by Brexit, the Dollar continues to shine. 

How quickly we forget that towards the end of last year and early this year, the opposite was true. Good or bad new seem to take the Dollar down. 

There is good reason for the Dollar rally. The US economy is in good shape and the Fed is raising rates - another two hikes are expected this year. 

But there’s no “sure things” in finance and this weekend is expected to bring more trade tariffs against China. Will the Chinese bite back? 

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Thanks For Reading, What Next?

To discuss current exchange rates and currency purchasing strategies, please contact your trader today on 01872 487 500.

If you don't yet have an account please request a free quote and we’ll look after you from there.

Have a great day,

Geoff Lambourne - Direct Dial me on 0044 (0)1872 487 470.

Current rates: 

Friday 15th June 2018 at 12:45

£1.00 GBP = 1.1451 EURO

£1.00 GBP = 1.3280 USD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7770 AUD

£1.00 GBP = 1.9093 NZD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7432 CAD

£1.00 GBP = 17.8025 ZAR

Need to Send Money Abroad?

At Clé France, many of our customers have a need for currency exchange.

We are pleased to have partnered with Key Currency to offer our customers favourable exchange rates on international currency transfers.

Key Currency is an award-winning currency exchange specialist, Key Currency Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Payment Institution (Financial Services Register No. 753989) and experienced in executing high-volume transactions.

As a Clé France website visitor, you qualify for preferential exchange rates when you transact through Key Currency.

Save money on your foreign currency transfers

Key Currency can save you money by offering more competitive rates of exchange than retail banks.

Clients can typically save you 3-4% of the total transaction value, which can result in significant cost savings.

All client funds are held in segregated accounts with top-tier banks keeping your money safe and secure.

Download our "Buying A Property in France" Guide PDF document now.

For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk 

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