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Is inflation about to rock the boat
14 April 2014

What an interesting few weeks we have seen for the pound recently more so the fact week have seen some significant movements and gains in the last two weeks alone. The Bank of England has maintained its policy of holding interest rates at 0.5% and after the announcement the markets did not even react to the data and all we saw from them concluded with some consolidation of close to peak leaves for Sterling. We constantly see the pound benefit from a raft of good data the pound bodes well for buying dollars at its highest for five years. Against the Euro is around half a cent better in the previous month.

In terms of data this week is proving to be a good looking one, with many of the majors going head to head as all post inflation data released. As we look for a short week with Good Friday upon us we could see a flurry in what has been a bogged down market over the past few weeks with minimal data released. With the Pounds recent trading levels we are likely to see the currency break new ground mostly against the Euro in the future.

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