Ben Robson's coverage of the trading week's most important market events.
Markets are still watching developments in the trade war between the world's two largest economies and how this will affect the recovery of the global economy.
US job growth slowed more than expected in July, and non-farm payrolls rose by 157,000 jobs. The economy needs to create 120,000
The USD was stronger against everything but the Yen overnight. Euro is back under 1.16 at 1.1584 for a loss of 0.64%,
The pound rose directly after the Bank of England's decision to raise interest rates for the second time since the global financial crisis,
The pound fell today from a daily high of 1.3144 against the US dollar a day before the BoE meeting
Japanese Yen fell against the US Dollar today as the Bank of Japan kept its policy unchanged and kept the interest rate in the negative range
This week is full of many important economic events that will affect the movements of most major currencies,
The US dollar trimmed its gains today slightly following the US economy's growth data, which grew at a fastest pace in nearly four years
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