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GBP/USD hovering just shy of 2013 high, could break higher

Updated -  Nov 29, 2013 7:40:00 AM

This morning saw the GBP/USD ease slightly on news net lending to individuals increased £1.7 billion in October, which was less than £2.1bn expected. But some 67.7 thousand mortgage applications were approved over the same month, up from 66.9 thousand the month before. However this was in line with expectations, as was Nationwide’s House Price Index (+0.6% in November vs. 1.0% the month before). Overall however, today’s data releases confirm the general consensus that credit  [...] Continue Reading


GBP/JPY extends gains as BoE scales back Funding for Lending Scheme

Updated -  Nov 28, 2013 8:05:00 AM

The pound has strengthened across the board today after Mark Carney, the Bank of England Governor, said they would scale back their Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) because the UK house price inflation is “gaining momentum.”  Mr Carney said that adding further support to household lending is no “longer necessary," so it would make sense that the focus of the FLS should solely be on allowing greater lending to small firms that still find it  [...] Continue Reading

Tags: BOE, Carney, Pound

GBPNZD: which currency is stronger?

Updated -  Nov 19, 2013 9:24:27 PM

There has been a power struggle between the British pound and the NZ dollar recently, with both currencies underpinned by some fundamental economic strength. In fact, it’s possible that the Bank of England (BoE) and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) will be the first two banks amongst the G10 to hike interest rates. The RBNZ is expected to start raising interest rates next year to combat rising house prices and the BoE adjusted  [...] Continue Reading


GBP: Retail sales won’t dilute Caney’s upbeat message

Updated -  Nov 14, 2013 6:10:00 AM

After a spate of better than expected economic data from the UK along with the positive tone to Wednesday’s Inflation Report the sharp drop in today’s retail sales was a bit of a shock to the system, so did the BOE Governor Mark Carney speak to soon? The data showed that: On the face of it this data looks like the UK consumer is grinding to a halt, however the Office for National Statistics  [...] Continue Reading

GBP/USD testing 50-day average post inflation report

Updated -  Nov 13, 2013 7:10:00 AM

The GBP/USD has rallied sharply in the aftermath of UK employment data and the Bank of England’s inflation report.  My colleague Kathleen has covered the jobs data in detail but the main takeaway point is that the UK created more and lost fewer jobs than expected as the economic recovery continues.  In the Inflation Report, the Bank of England has significantly revised lower its near-term outlook on inflation – rather unsurprisingly following yesterday’s sharp  [...] Continue Reading

UK Inflation Report – Carney delivers the goods but the market reaction is muted

Updated -  Nov 13, 2013 6:15:00 AM

Overall, Mark Carney’s second Inflation Report as Governor of the Bank of England was fairly upbeat. The main points to note from the Bank’s forecasts include: In contrast to his predecessor, Carney has been in the unusual position as BOE governor of having to revise lower the Bank’s Inflation forecasts, Mervyn King famously had to revise them higher quarter after quarter as prices in the UK remained sticky. Carney had to deal with plenty  [...] Continue Reading

FUNDAMENTAL: Better news for the UK labour market, but a few cracks remain

Updated -  Nov 13, 2013 5:10:00 AM

The latest labour market survey shows that the UK economy continues to produce job.  Comparing July – September 2013 with 2012, there were 378,000 more people in employment and 48,000 fewer unemployed people.  Also worth noting is that there were 149,000 fewer economically inactive people. This suggests that the UK’s recovery continues to gather momentum and jobs are being produced in excess of the number of new people joining the labour force each year –  [...] Continue Reading

EURGBP: time to fade strength?

Updated -  Nov 13, 2013 4:20:00 AM

EURGBP has staged an impressive recovery over the last two days, but it is starting to look a little stretched to the upside after breaking above the 50-day sma at 0.8440. The driving force behind the recovery appears to be the UK’s sharp drop in Inflation for October, but has the market been too hasty? Fundamentals could weigh on EURGBP Fundamental risk is rife for the UK today – labour market data and the  [...] Continue Reading

Tags: BOE, currency, EURGBP

UK Inflation Report: Carney may admit the markets were right…

Updated -  Nov 12, 2013 12:15:00 PM

On Wednesday 13th November at 1030 GMT/ 0530 ET the Bank of England will present its final Inflation Report of the year. The stronger tone to growth in recent months, including the 17-year high in service sector sentiment and the better than expected employment data, has boosted expectations that the BOE may bring forward its forecast for an interest rate hike by at least a couple of quarters. Potential changes to the BOE’s forecasts  [...] Continue Reading

UK inflation weighs on GBP, but downside could be limited

Updated -  Nov 12, 2013 4:55:00 AM

The pound has fallen sharply after much weaker than expected UK inflation data for October. Headline prices fell to 2.2% from 2.7% in September.  We mentioned earlier the prospect of weaker inflation pressure last month on the back of falling petrol prices, however according to the ONS it was not only transport and motor fuels that weighed on inflation but also education and tuition fees that had the largest downward pressure on prices. The  [...] Continue Reading

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