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Bank of England Leaves Rates Unchanged at 5.25% - Vote 5-4

UK Market Webinar: No Data But Brexit May Still Provide Volatility

UK Market Webinar: No Data But Brexit May Still Provide Volatility

Nick Cawley, Senior Strategist


A week of no UK data, and the annual Cheltenham Racing Festival, are likely to provide traders with little to hang their hat on. However Brexit negotiations are still ongoing, with updates likely to hit the wires during the week, while the UK Spring Budget may show the UK’s finances in a slightly better light.

Other trading topics covered include –

  • A rare occurrence with the UK data calendar bare with Sterling currency pairs looking for impulses from other currencies.
  • The UK Spring Budget is expected to see Chancellor Philip Hammond paint the UK finances in a better light, but don’t expect too many giveaways.
  • EU/UK post-Brexit trade talks continue and traders should stay alert to any thoughts and views coming out of Brussels and London.
  • If you missed this webinar and would like to know about future events, see the full DailyFX webinar schedule here.

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--- Written by Nick Cawley, Analyst

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