The dollar edged higher Tuesday, rebounding from a one-month low although gains are small ahead of the release of key economic data and next week’s Federal Reserve meeting. The dollar was hit late last week following comments by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell stating that it’s not yet time to begin raising U.S. interest rates. The Fed has now gone into a blackout period ahead of next week’s policy-setting meeting, an eagerly-anticipated gathering where the central bank is expected to confirm the start of the withdrawal of its bond-buying stimulus.
How a post-pandemic budget will balance cutting national debt with key spending allocations.
The UK housing market is on track to record its strongest year since 2007.
It’s a particularly quiet day ahead on the economic calendar. U.S consumer confidence figures will draw plenty of interest later in the day, however.
Banking bosses have said that cooperation between governments should be paramount in a post-Brexit world when looking to the future of finance.
The British pound initially tried to rally during the trading session on Monday but gave back gains to show less than impressive trading action.
The British pound has rallied just a bit during the trading session on Monday against the Japanese yen as we continue to see this market push a bit higher.
Revenue at the file-sharing platform rose 26% to €65m (£55m, $75m) last year, while increasing by 64% to €45m in the first half of 2021, it said on Monday.
Ahead of the announcement on Wednesday, a raft of economic policies have already been drip fed out through the Treasury, with plans ranging from tax reform to billions in spending.
The move will take the group's total number of sites to 200, and create 1,250 jobs.
Investment in these assets has the potential to generate better returns for investors, including those saving for retirement in defined contribution pension schemes.
The cryptocurrency market is again on track to outshine the ever-vibrant equities, said one analyst.
Tesla's CEO and crypto proponent Elon Musk said he has no investment in Shiba Inu.
Traders will have their attention on the UK’s upcoming budget this week, as well as the European Central Bank meeting, and a string of major corporate results.
The announcement comes amid a slew of other spending commitments made ahead of the autumn budget which is due on Wednesday.