Dollar holds steady, pound hits 27-month low

The dollar was little changed against most major currencies on Wednesday, pausing after prior day’s gains tied to stronger-than-forecast retail sales data, while the pound fell to 27-month lows versus the greenback on jitters about a no-deal Brexit. The euro fell to $1.120 earlier Wednesday before clawing back up to $1.1227. The pound fell to a fresh 27-month low of $1.2382 before rebounding to $1.2429. An index that tracks the dollar against the euro, yen, pound and three other currencies was d


The dollar was little changed against most major currencies on Wednesday, pausing after prior day’s gains tied to stronger-than-forecast retail sales data, while the pound fell to 27-month lows versus the greenback on jitters about a no-deal Brexit. The euro fell to $1.120 earlier Wednesday before clawing back up to $1.1227. The pound fell to a fresh 27-month low of $1.2382 before rebounding to $1.2429. An index that tracks the dollar against the euro, yen, pound and three other currencies was d
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Dollar holds steady, pound hits 27-month low

The dollar was little changed against most major currencies on Wednesday, pausing after prior day’s gains tied to stronger-than-forecast retail sales data, while the pound fell to 27-month lows versus the greenback on jitters about a no-deal Brexit.

The euro hit a one-week low against the dollar and towards the lower end of this year’s trading range, weighed down by expectations of easing from the European Central Bank and investors’ preference for the higher-yielding U.S. currency.

“It’s been a quiet midweek night of trade in FX with major holding steady around key levels after selling off against the dollar yesterday,” Boris Schlossberg, managing director of FX strategy at BK Asset Management wrote in a research note.

The euro fell to $1.120 earlier Wednesday before clawing back up to $1.1227.

The dollar was little changed at 108.08 yen. The pound fell to a fresh 27-month low of $1.2382 before rebounding to $1.2429. It also hit a fresh six-month low against the euro at 90.51 pence.

An index that tracks the dollar against the euro, yen, pound and three other currencies was down 0.22% at 97.19 after touching a one-week high.

The greenback has strengthened since late June in response to better-than-expected data on U.S. jobs, inflation and retail sales.

Its rise has been limited by firming signals from Federal Reserve officials of a possible rate decrease perhaps in two weeks to counter risk from global trade tensions and sluggish price growth at home. U.S. interest rates futures implied traders fully expect the Fed to cut rates at its upcoming policy meeting on July 30-31 with a 35% chance for a half-point decrease, CME Group’s FedWatch tool showed.

Fed policy-makers will release an assessment of the economy with its latest Beige Book at 2 p.m. (1800 GMT). Moreover, the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday said the greenback was overvalued by 6% to 12%, based on near-term economic fundamentals, while the euro, Japan’s yen and China’s yuan were seen as broadly in line with fundamentals.

Wednesday’s data on euro zone consumer price inflation, which was revised up to 1.3% year-on-year in June, failed to boost the euro.

ECB board member Benoit Coeure said the ECB was ready to act if necessary to help inflation in the euro zone move towards its aim of close to but below 2%. Nearly two ECB interest rate cuts of 10 basis points are priced in by money markets for 2019.


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Sterling hits lowest level since April 2017 as disorderly Brexit fears grow

The pound plunged to new lows Tuesday after lackluster U.K. data compounded growing fears of a haphazard Brexit outcome at the end of October. Sterling versus the U.S. dollar weakened 0.7% Tuesday, reaching $1.2418 by late-morning London trade. It hit a 27-month low against the greenback and a new six-month low versus the euro. Against the single currency, the pound has also suffered 10 consecutive weeks of losses — the longest on record. Previous London Mayor and former Foreign Secretary Boris


The pound plunged to new lows Tuesday after lackluster U.K. data compounded growing fears of a haphazard Brexit outcome at the end of October. Sterling versus the U.S. dollar weakened 0.7% Tuesday, reaching $1.2418 by late-morning London trade. It hit a 27-month low against the greenback and a new six-month low versus the euro. Against the single currency, the pound has also suffered 10 consecutive weeks of losses — the longest on record. Previous London Mayor and former Foreign Secretary Boris
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Sterling hits lowest level since April 2017 as disorderly Brexit fears grow

Contenders to be the U.K.’s next leader, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt (R), take part in the debate “Head To Head” on ITV on July 9, 2019 in Salford, England.

The pound plunged to new lows Tuesday after lackluster U.K. data compounded growing fears of a haphazard Brexit outcome at the end of October.

Sterling versus the U.S. dollar weakened 0.7% Tuesday, reaching $1.2418 by late-morning London trade. It hit a 27-month low against the greenback and a new six-month low versus the euro. Against the single currency, the pound has also suffered 10 consecutive weeks of losses — the longest on record.

In a research note Tuesday, Nomura’s currency analyst Jordan Rochester called the fall in the pound’s spot price as “the story of the day” and said there was potentially more downside risk.

“I am worried that volume is starting from a very low base and hedging flows will be picking up further,” he said. Rochester said in a separate text on Monday that he expected a spike in volatility for the pound’s trade once lawmakers returned to the House of Commons in September after their summer breaks.

According to Reuters data the British pound has been the worst performing G-10 currency this year. Sterling’s recent trend of losses against its major trading partners has been attributed to the ongoing race to succeed Theresa May as the next Conservative Party leader and U.K. prime minister.

Previous London Mayor and former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is the favorite to defeat current Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt in the runoff.

In their pitches to Conservative Party members, both men have taken a hard-line stance on future negotiations with the European Union, suggesting that they are prepared to walk away without a deal on October 31.

In a television debate Monday, each declared that the Northern Ireland “backstop” was “dead,” as it could trap the U.K. into a never-ending customs union with the EU.

The backstop was agreed by May’s team with Brussels as a means to ensure that there was no physical border erected on the island of Ireland between Northern Ireland (which is a part of the U.K.) and the Republic of Ireland (a separate country that is to remain as a European Union member nation).


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Richard Branson warns the pound will ‘collapse to parity’ with the dollar in a hard Brexit

The U.K. leaving the European Union without a deal on October 31 would cause the pound to reach “parity” with the dollar, Virgin boss Richard Branson has said. Branson identified Virgin Atlantic as being particularly susceptible to the plummeting pound. “The pound will collapse to parity with the dollar if there is a hard Brexit,” he said, explaining that all of Virgin Atlantic’s costs are in dollars and projecting a “bottom line hit” of around $100 million. “It obviously is going to result in u


The U.K. leaving the European Union without a deal on October 31 would cause the pound to reach “parity” with the dollar, Virgin boss Richard Branson has said. Branson identified Virgin Atlantic as being particularly susceptible to the plummeting pound. “The pound will collapse to parity with the dollar if there is a hard Brexit,” he said, explaining that all of Virgin Atlantic’s costs are in dollars and projecting a “bottom line hit” of around $100 million. “It obviously is going to result in u
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Richard Branson warns the pound will 'collapse to parity' with the dollar in a hard Brexit

The U.K. leaving the European Union without a deal on October 31 would cause the pound to reach “parity” with the dollar, Virgin boss Richard Branson has said.

In an interview with the BBC, Branson said a hard Brexit would be “devastating for many Virgin companies,” and would force the group to move investment away from the U.K.

A hard Brexit is one in which along with leaving the European Union, the U.K. also leaves both the European single market and the customs union, eradicating existing free trade agreements with the bloc.

Branson identified Virgin Atlantic as being particularly susceptible to the plummeting pound.

“The pound will collapse to parity with the dollar if there is a hard Brexit,” he said, explaining that all of Virgin Atlantic’s costs are in dollars and projecting a “bottom line hit” of around $100 million.

“A hard Brexit will result in the freight that we get from Europe, that we put on Virgin Atlantic going to America, just disappearing – we won’t get any of that freight, so that would be another $100 million just down the drain, and I could carry on,” he told the BBC.

“It obviously is going to result in us spending a lot less money in Britain and just putting all our energies into other countries,” Branson added.

Boris Johnson, the most likely candidate to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May, has vowed to take the U.K. out of the EU with or without a deal in place, and has refused to rule out suspending parliament in order to push the departure through.

The pound was trading just above the significant $1.25 marker on Thursday, having broken below it earlier in the week.


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A real US-China deal will be ‘hard to craft’: MUFG

A real US-China deal will be ‘hard to craft’: MUFG4 Hours AgoCliff Tan of MUFG Bank discusses U.S.-China trade talks and outlook for currencies including the U.S. dollar and the British pound. He say cable will continue to weaken.


A real US-China deal will be ‘hard to craft’: MUFG4 Hours AgoCliff Tan of MUFG Bank discusses U.S.-China trade talks and outlook for currencies including the U.S. dollar and the British pound. He say cable will continue to weaken.
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Cliff Tan of MUFG Bank discusses U.S.-China trade talks and outlook for currencies including the U.S. dollar and the British pound. He say cable will continue to weaken.


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Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says

Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says15 Hours AgoChris Wyllie, chief investment officer at Connor Broadley Wealth Management, discusses his views on the British pound amid ongoing Brexit uncertainty.


Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says15 Hours AgoChris Wyllie, chief investment officer at Connor Broadley Wealth Management, discusses his views on the British pound amid ongoing Brexit uncertainty.
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Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says

Foreign exchange is our Brexit hedge, strategist says

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Chris Wyllie, chief investment officer at Connor Broadley Wealth Management, discusses his views on the British pound amid ongoing Brexit uncertainty.


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The price of apples is soaring in China, and Beijing is showing concern

The price of apples in China has surged nearly 30%, and consumers are cutting their purchases of the fruit, according to data from grocery delivery platform Dada-JD Daojia. Government figures released Wednesday showed China’s consumer price index rose in May to 2.7%, its highest in more than a year, boosted by an 18.2% climb in pork prices and a 26.7% increase in fruit prices. African swine fever has hit millions of pigs, while bad weather has hit the fruit crop. The cost of half a kilogram of a


The price of apples in China has surged nearly 30%, and consumers are cutting their purchases of the fruit, according to data from grocery delivery platform Dada-JD Daojia. Government figures released Wednesday showed China’s consumer price index rose in May to 2.7%, its highest in more than a year, boosted by an 18.2% climb in pork prices and a 26.7% increase in fruit prices. African swine fever has hit millions of pigs, while bad weather has hit the fruit crop. The cost of half a kilogram of a
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The price of apples is soaring in China, and Beijing is showing concern

The price of apples in China has surged nearly 30%, and consumers are cutting their purchases of the fruit, according to data from grocery delivery platform Dada-JD Daojia.

That’s just one example in several jumps in food prices in the country. The rapid increase is worth watching for any impact on consumer sentiment and spending, especially since Beijing is putting great emphasis on consumption as a way to keep the economy steadily growing.

Government figures released Wednesday showed China’s consumer price index rose in May to 2.7%, its highest in more than a year, boosted by an 18.2% climb in pork prices and a 26.7% increase in fruit prices.

African swine fever has hit millions of pigs, while bad weather has hit the fruit crop.

The cost of half a kilogram of apples jumped to 15.19 yuan at the beginning of June from 11.81 yuan at the end of April, Dada-JD Daojia said. That’s an increase from about $1.55 a pound to nearly $2 per pound.


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Euro holds after pro-Europe parties retain majority in election

While centre-right and centre-left blocs lost their shared majority, surges by the Greens and liberals meant parties committed to strengthening the union held on to two-thirds of seats, official projections showed. The reduced vote share for the biggest centrist parties went “in the other direction”, however. The U.S. currency traded at 109.53 yen, up 0.2% and underpinned by bargain-hunting by Japanese investors. Trump, who arrived in Tokyo on Saturday, tweeted on Sunday that much of the trade n


While centre-right and centre-left blocs lost their shared majority, surges by the Greens and liberals meant parties committed to strengthening the union held on to two-thirds of seats, official projections showed. The reduced vote share for the biggest centrist parties went “in the other direction”, however. The U.S. currency traded at 109.53 yen, up 0.2% and underpinned by bargain-hunting by Japanese investors. Trump, who arrived in Tokyo on Saturday, tweeted on Sunday that much of the trade n
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Euro holds after pro-Europe parties retain majority in election

The euro struggled to hold on to $1.12 on Monday as investor relief at limited gains for euroskeptic parties in European parliamentary elections was offset by declines in the share of seats held by the biggest blocs.

While centre-right and centre-left blocs lost their shared majority, surges by the Greens and liberals meant parties committed to strengthening the union held on to two-thirds of seats, official projections showed.

The single currency initially rallied to as high as $1.1215, near its highest in 1-1/2 weeks, and off a two-year low of $1.11055 touched on Thursday.

But by 0820 GMT it was down 0.1% at $1.1192.

“If anything, it was positive that the populists didn’t gain more than they did,” said Christin Tuxen, an FX analyst at Danske Bank. The reduced vote share for the biggest centrist parties went “in the other direction”, however.

The results dented the hopes of anti-immigration, anti-Brussels National Rally led by Marine Le Pen, Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini and others who have been opposing attempts to forge closer EU integration.

Tuxen said the election, normally of limited interest to global markets, was the first of a series of meaningful political events in Europe this year, although monetary policy still mattered more given signs of slowing economic momentum.

FX investors are focused on how the U.S. Federal Reserve will react to a worsening economic outlook.

“What is really going on in the FX market, is we are waiting to hear if there will be a Fed reaction to the deteriorating cyclical outlook,” Tuxen said, pointing to rising expectations of a U.S. rate cut this year.

Trading was set to be subdued on Monday due to market holidays in London and New York, limiting moves in other currency pairs. The dollar index rose 0.1% to 97.706.

The U.S. currency traded at 109.53 yen, up 0.2% and underpinned by bargain-hunting by Japanese investors. The dollar is not far from a three-month low of 109.02 touched two weeks ago amid escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing over trade and technology.

The dollar has been also capped against the yen as U.S. President Donald Trump is seen putting pressure on Japan to take measures to reduce its trade surplus with the United States. Trump, who arrived in Tokyo on Saturday, tweeted on Sunday that much of the trade negotiation would wait until after Japan’s election in July.

The pound rose marginally to $1.2718, having regained some ground from 4-1/2 month lows after Prime Minister Theresa May set out a date for her departure. The prospect of a “no-deal” Brexit is fast becoming the defining issue of the race to succeed her.

“Sentiment towards the pound is still negative,” said Marshall Gittler, an analyst at ACLS Global, citing option market data that signalled people were buying insurance against a further fall in the pound and positioning data showing a big increase in short positions against it.


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Analyst: The pound looks ‘ho-hum’ for a while

Analyst: The pound looks ‘ho-hum’ for a while15 Hours AgoCliff Tan of MUFG Bank says the cable has “largely” sustained its levels, likely in part because of the “very long” stalemate in the U.K. over Brexit.


Analyst: The pound looks ‘ho-hum’ for a while15 Hours AgoCliff Tan of MUFG Bank says the cable has “largely” sustained its levels, likely in part because of the “very long” stalemate in the U.K. over Brexit.
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Analyst: The pound looks 'ho-hum' for a while

Analyst: The pound looks ‘ho-hum’ for a while

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Cliff Tan of MUFG Bank says the cable has “largely” sustained its levels, likely in part because of the “very long” stalemate in the U.K. over Brexit.


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Markets are underplaying the risk of the UK government imploding, strategist says

Investors are underestimating the potential for the U.K. government to “implode,” resulting in a snap general election, a senior foreign exchange strategist told CNBC. Such an eventuality would have hit the pound by as much as 10%, according to Jeremy Stretch, the head of G-10 currency strategy at CIBC. Consequently, bets against the pound — known as short-selling — have pared to nine-month lows, but analysts still remain bearish on the outlook for sterling in all Brexit eventualities. Stretch p


Investors are underestimating the potential for the U.K. government to “implode,” resulting in a snap general election, a senior foreign exchange strategist told CNBC. Such an eventuality would have hit the pound by as much as 10%, according to Jeremy Stretch, the head of G-10 currency strategy at CIBC. Consequently, bets against the pound — known as short-selling — have pared to nine-month lows, but analysts still remain bearish on the outlook for sterling in all Brexit eventualities. Stretch p
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Markets are underplaying the risk of the UK government imploding, strategist says

Investors are underestimating the potential for the U.K. government to “implode,” resulting in a snap general election, a senior foreign exchange strategist told CNBC.

Sterling volatility has fallen sharply in recent weeks after Brussels and Westminster agreed to delay Britain’s departure date by up to six months, removing any immediate risks of a no-deal Brexit. Such an eventuality would have hit the pound by as much as 10%, according to Jeremy Stretch, the head of G-10 currency strategy at CIBC.

Consequently, bets against the pound — known as short-selling — have pared to nine-month lows, but analysts still remain bearish on the outlook for sterling in all Brexit eventualities. The pound has gained nearly 2% on the dollar since the turn of the year but it started this week below $1.30 as the British parliament returned from its Easter break.

Stretch pointed to a lack of substantive progress in negotiating the stalemate between the Conservative government and the opposition Labour Party as driving this caution.

“Ongoing political uncertainty raises the prospect of a perpetuation of precautionary saving (at the expense of spending) and postponement in business investment, impacting underlying growth potential,” Stretch said

“The risk of the Brexit process extending towards October 31 risks taking the Bank of England out of the equation in 2019, underlining that for now, ongoing Brexit paralysis favors significant sterling impetus proving to be delayed, if not yet derailed.”

Stretch suggested that a negotiated exit remains the most likely outcome, and although the timing of such an event remains unclear, the tail risks of a hard Brexit remain modest.


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It’s difficult to make investment calls around Brexit, says BNY Mellon

It’s difficult to make investment calls around Brexit, says BNY Mellon2 Hours AgoJohn Velis of BNY Mellon Markets says it’s been very difficult to ascertain which direction the British pound would move as parliamentary debate on Brexit continues in the U.K.


It’s difficult to make investment calls around Brexit, says BNY Mellon2 Hours AgoJohn Velis of BNY Mellon Markets says it’s been very difficult to ascertain which direction the British pound would move as parliamentary debate on Brexit continues in the U.K.
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It's difficult to make investment calls around Brexit, says BNY Mellon

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John Velis of BNY Mellon Markets says it’s been very difficult to ascertain which direction the British pound would move as parliamentary debate on Brexit continues in the U.K.


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