The coming week is a very big week for sterling investors since the Chancellor will present a new statement on fiscal policy and there are a series of votes in the House of Commons to break the Brexit impasse.
Following a significant pivot from the US Federal Reserve in recent months, today the European Central Bank (ECB) followed suit by providing ongoing liquidity support to the eurozone’s banks.
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Since the start of 2018, the European economy has continued to disappoint investors.
The Bank of England (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) today voted unanimously to keep interest rates at 0.75%. This was in-line with market expectations and as such there was a muted market reaction to the announcement.
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Last night a series of votes took place in the UK House of Commons. The purpose of the votes was to establish a potential way forward for the Brexit negotiations that could command the support of a majority of members of Parliament (MPs).