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Results for 'BOE'

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FTSE soars on ECB QE report, dovish BoE and solid earnings

Updated -  Jan 21, 2015 11:32:17 AM


European stocks have rallied sharply off their lows this afternoon. Sentiment has been lifted on an unconfirmed Bloomberg report which said that the European Central Bank is considering a quantitative easing programme of €50bn a month through to 2016. If true, this would thus be equivalent to €600 billion a year and up to €1.1 trillion until December 2016, depending on the starting date. It would also be significantly more than the previously-reported €500bn, which  [...] Continue Reading


GBP/USD in danger of breaking 1.50 as BoE turns more dovish

Updated -  Jan 21, 2015 9:30:00 AM


The two dissenters at the Bank of England finally changed their minds, meaning the MPC voted unanimously for interest rates to remain on hold at the first policy meeting of 2015.  Minutes from the MPC’s last meeting, held earlier this month, have revealed that Martin Weale and Ian McCafferty both dropped their calls for a 25 basis point rise in interest rates, joining the other seven MPC members in voting to keep interest rates unchanged  [...] Continue Reading


Don’t expect a rate rise from the BOE in 2015

Updated -  Jan 21, 2015 8:10:00 AM


The pound may have recovered above 1.5100 as we move into the UK lunchtime session, but this morning’s data was clear: the UK’s interest rates are unlikely to increase any time soon. The main points from the BOE minutes released earlier today: What this means for interest rates: The 2-year UK Gilt yield has fallen to its lowest level since August 2013, this means that the last 18-month’ worth of expectations about a  [...] Continue Reading


GBPUSD: how long will the sell-off last?

Updated -  Jan 6, 2015 7:20:00 AM


The pound has had a bad start to 2015 and is the second worst performer in the G10 behind Norway, which is getting a thrashing as the oil price continues to crash. So why is the FX market turning on the pound? After all, our currency was one of the better performers vs. the USD last year. Four things are taking a toll on sterling: 1, Weak economic data: the latest disappointment was  [...] Continue Reading


GBPUSD Below Key Long-Term Supports – Could Sub-1.50 Be Next?

Updated -  Jan 5, 2015 8:45:00 AM


Today unofficially marks the start of the new year for many traders after long holiday breaks, but looking at the price action in the market, it still feels like 2014. King Dollar is climbing across the board, oil is extending its losses, inflation continues to fall in the Eurozone, and bond yields are dropping the world over, echoing many of the key stories from last year. Another major theme throughout the second half of  [...] Continue Reading


EUR/GBP: 4 Reasons a Drop May Be Imminent

Updated -  Dec 15, 2014 3:51:32 PM


The month of December has been quite the wild ride for the EUR/GBP as it has carved out a herky-jerky move higher as 2014 comes to an end.  Not much has changed in the overall perception of either currency with the European Central Bank and President Mario Draghi contemplating Quantitative Easing to start the New Year and the Bank of England’s Governor Mark Carney overly concerned with the lack of inflation.  While the everyday  [...] Continue Reading


GBPAUD may be heading to 1.9000

Updated -  Dec 3, 2014 6:50:45 PM


It has been an interesting few days for GBPAUD, with the pair bouncing off a support zone around 1.7900 earlier in the week before creating a new yearly high overnight. A combination of pound strength and aussie weakness has been behind the massive surge in GBPAUD this week. The pound has been a currency of choice for traders looking to play US dollar weakness, a trade which received another small boost with the release  [...] Continue Reading

Tags: AUD, BOE, Chris Tedder, FX, GBP, RBA

Pound jumps on less dovish than expected BoE minutes; GBP/JPY main beneficiary

Updated -  Nov 19, 2014 8:00:00 AM


It has all been about the Yen over the past couple of weeks. The Japanese currency has been falling viciously on the back of the Bank of Japan’s recent move to expand its asset purchases program, as well as concerns about the health of the world’s third largest economy after it slid into a technical recession in the third quarter. Things went from bad to worse yesterday after Prime Ministe Shinzo Abe called for snap  [...] Continue Reading


CPI gives GBP a boost, but it’s only temporary

Updated -  Nov 18, 2014 5:50:00 AM


The pound has bounced this morning and made fresh highs of the day after CPI was stronger than expected. The October reading rose to 1.3%, the market had expected it to remain at 1.2%. Considering the Bank of England Governor Mark Carney was dovish in last week’s Quarterly Inflation Report and said that there was a risk that inflation could fall below 1% in the coming months, was he being too cautious? Call of  [...] Continue Reading


GBPUSD: is 1.50 on the cards after Carney?

Updated -  Nov 13, 2014 5:50:00 AM


In the aftermath of the latest Bank of England Quarterly Inflation Report (QIR) released on Wednesday, the pound has breached an important technical level. GBPUSD has taken the hit after Mark Carney stuck to a dovish tone during his press conference on Wednesday, and this pair has passed through a key support level at 1.5770 – the low from 12th September 2013. A bearish close for GBPUSD on Wednesday suggests that there is further downside  [...] Continue Reading


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