Whats in store for the Euro this week? GBP/EUR and EUR/USD forecast (Mike Vaughan)

GBP/EUR has had a relatively quiet start to the week shifting from a high/low of 1.2055 to 1.2010. Likewise EUR/USD has been very flat ranging from 1.3650 to 1.3620. This is almost certainly likely...

Where Next for GBP/EUR Exchange Rates? (Matthew Vassallo)

The EUR has made gains against GBP this week, following a mixed bag of data for the UK. The week started with poor PMI figures, which caused Sterling levels to drop by almost two...

UK Economy Predicted to Grow (Tom Holian)

According to the NIESR the UK economy will grow by 2.5% this year. This is good news for the British economy which has seen Retail Sales hit their highest level since 2004 and UK...

Euro strength following ECB meeting

The European Central bank misses expectations with a much more positive stance than expected on the forecasts of their economy.  Many had been arguing and in deed expectation that new policies will be introduced...

Bank of England and ECB Interest Rates Due Today (Tom Holian)

Later today both the Bank of England and the ECB meet to discuss interest rates and any change in monetary policy. I think for the UK nothing is likely to come out that will...

Euro reaches 1.20 (0.8333) to buy sterling. (Ben Amrany)

The Euro has recovered its losses against many of the major currencies even though most of the economic data out of Europe has come in short of expectations. Retail figures were significantly down which...

Sterling vs Euro Exchange Rate Today (Tom Holian)

Sterling has had a mixed week gaining ground then dropping and regaining. With UK unemployment dropping to its best level since 2008 and UK GDP figures the best in 7 years confidence seems to...

The Euro zone’s economic data will be key to the exchange rates movement for...

Considering the data to come out of the Euro zone today with retail figures down in Spain and the money supply data coming in lower than anticipated for the region the losses for the...

Is the Euro crisis really over?

The recent economic summit in Davos had its usual air of superiority and just highlights the continued widening gap between rich and poor. Nevertheless it is the businessmen and politicians who ultimately will create...

EUR Loses Ground During Tuesday’s Trading (Matthew Vassallo)

There were further market loses for the EUR today following the release of this morning's UK GDP figures. The EUR had started to make some inroads against GBP last week, following BoE governor Mark...