Ben Robson's coverage of the trading week's most important market events.
The GBP fell on Friday as a result of comments by the EU president that it was inevitable that new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson would try a new exit from the EU.
ECB held its current monetary policy unchanged in July, as interest rates were maintained at zero levels while maintaining deposit interest at -0.40%.
As the global markets await tomorrow's European interest rate and the governor of the bank, Mario Draghi,
BP continued its decline for the third day in a row amid rising uncertainty over the likelihood of the new UK Prime Ministe
The British pound rose on Friday but hit a tenth successive week of consecutive losses against the euro as weak data and the growing possibility of interest rate cuts after Britain's
Yesterday was full of events that contributed strongly to the moves of most major currencies,
The markets are waiting for a number of important economic events that will have a significant impact on the movements of most of the major currencies,
Global markets have been keeping an eye on economic data in the US and recently since the US Federal Reserve has repeatedly confirmed that the rate cut decision
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