The sterling rose 0.4% against the euro on Friday after a 14-day loss as UK Prime Minister Teresa May
The Bank of Japan decided to keep its current monetary policy unchanged at its March meeting this morning as expected
The deputy governor of PBOC said Thursday that the bank is not biased and has no intention of easing or tightening monetary policy at the moment
UK finance minister, Philip Hammond, missed his goal of cutting the nation's budget deficit in fiscal year 2018-1919
European shares fell from an eight month high on Wednesday after worries over China's suspension of easing monetary policy
Australian CPI growth stabilized in the first quarter of this year, registering the slowest pace of growth since the beginning of 2016
Oil prices rose about 3% on Monday to their highest levels since late 2018 as the United States is due to announce that all Iranian oil imports must end or be subject to sanctions.
As official holidays in many countries have continued globally, there has been little change in major currency movements with the opening of weekly trading this morning.
Japan's core inflation rate rose marginally in March from a year earlier, but remained far from the Bank of Japan's 2% target
Prices may be delayed by 5 seconds. Prices above are subject to our website terms and conditions. Prices are indicative only
Margined Forex and CFD trading are leveraged products and can result in losses that exceed deposits. Ensure you fully understand the risks. Read more