Ben Robson's coverage of the trading week's most important market events.
The euro rose today ahead of a meeting between US President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, but
The euro rose to its highest level since yesterday at 1.1716, following data showing business growth in the Eurozone remained strong
The US-China trade tensions continue to be seen in the wake of US President Donald Trump's threat to impose additional tariffs
US President Donald Trump has criticized US Federal Reserve policy, rising interest rates and a strong US dollar as other central banks'
Sterling fell below the 1.30 level for the first time in the last 10 months, following weak UK Retail Sales data in June
Sterling pound hit a four-month low against the euro and a three-week low against the US dollar yesterday, as investors expected Britain
The British Pound gave up its gains on the start of trading due to concerns about Brexit and the future of British Prime Minister Theresa May
The week begins with the summit between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland, and the easing of sanctions
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