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GBP/USD rises as Deutsche bank issues blistering warning on sterling
1st June
  • The GBP/USD rose slightly after manufacturing PMI data from Markit showed a modest improvement in May.
  • The pair rose ahead of the fourth round of tense Brexit talks that will start tomorrow.
  • Speculators in the futures market and Deutsche Bank have increased their short positions on pound.

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Latest GBP news

11th May
GBP/USD nosedives as contentious Brexit talks to nowhere resumes
7th May
GBP/USD spikes after the BOE interest rate decision; US jobs data eyed
5th May
GBP/USD craters as UK services PMI point to a worrisome recession
3rd May
GBP/USD on edge as bearish bets on British pound hit highest level this year
24th April
GBP/USD plunges after sobering March UK retail sales data; recession bells ring
23rd April
GBP/USD shivers as UK recession risks rise following historic April PMI data
22nd April
GBP/USD roars back as UK consumer prices fall in March
21st April
GBP/USD slides on weak February jobs numbers; Brexit talks underway
14th April
GBP/USD 3-week rally pauses as OBR warns on recession risks
13th April
GBP/USD edges higher as UK coronavirus deaths cross 10,000
7th April
British pound soars as BOE rules out printing of money
6th April
British pound rises as construction PMI falls to 2009 lows; auto sales slide
3rd April
British pound falls as UK services PMI drop to all time low
31st March
British pound falls as Coronavirus contagion risks persist
30th March
Sterling attempts to rebound on better February UK mortgage data
26th March
UK’s monetary policy committee votes in favor of keeping rates steady at 0.10%
26th March
UK’s retail sales contract by 0.3% in February as Coronavirus appears slightly in the data
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