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Pound Falls As Theresa May Set to Resign on June 7, Later Recovers

The British pound today fell from daily highs after the British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she would step down on June 7 from her post as party leader. Her decision took investors by surprise given that she had stood her ground before in the face of fierce opposition from within her party and the opposition for a long time.

Yen Strong as Trade Wars Continue to Hurt Market Sentiment

The Japanese yen climbed against most major currencies today as the trade war between the United States and China continued to cause risk aversion on markets. Japan’s macroeconomic data was disappointing, but as it often happens, the currency paid little attention to domestic economic reports.

Pound Hits New 4-Month Lows As PM May Is Pressured to Resign

The British pound today hit new 4-month lows against the US dollar as U.K. leaders criticized Theresa May‘s new proposed Brexit deal, which she outlined yesterday. The GBP/USD currency pair hit new lows as news reports indicated that multiple factions within the Conservative Party were planning to force the Prime Minister to resign.

Sterling Rallies As PM May Offers Second Referendum, Later Falls

The British pound today rallied higher after news emerged that the British Prime Minister Theresa May would offer MPs a chance to vote for a second referendum. The GBP/USD currency pair rallied from news 3-month lows triggered earlier in the day after the opposition Labour Party confirmed that it would vote against PM May’s latest Brexit deal.

Pound Crashes to 4-Month Lows As Brexit Talks End Without a Deal

The Sterling pound today fell to new 4-moth lows against the US dollar as cross-party Brexit talks collapsed ahead of Theresa May’s impending resignation. The Labour Party officially called off the talks saying that there was no need to negotiate with a government that was about to collapse.

Pound Soft After Mixed Employment Data

The Great Britain pound was generally soft today, dragged down mostly by the market sentiment. Domestic employment data was mixed, providing both positive and negative surprises, and therefore giving no help for the currency in finding direction.

Pound Declines on Market Sentiment, Brexit Uncertainties

As many other currencies, the Great Britain pound declined on Monday. While the negative market sentiment was the major reason for the decline, domestic news was not good as well.

British Pound Trades Sideways Despite Upbeat UK GDP Data

The British pound today traded sideways against the US dollar despite the release of upbeat UK GDP data in the early London session. The GBP/USD currency pair kept trading in a tight range for the second straight session despite the release of multiple upbeat UK macro prints.

Japanese Yen Soft Despite US Tariffs, BoJ Outlook

The Japanese yen was soft today as the market sentiment was stable despite the United States implementing additional tariffs on Chinese imports. News from Japan itself was good for the most part.

Japanese Yen Surges As Manufacturing Returns to Expansion

The Japanese yen is roaring against several of its major currency rivals on Tuesday, buoyed by positive manufacturing numbers. But the gains were slightly capped on concerns over the intensifying trade war between the world’s two largest economies and what their fallout might mean for Tokyo.

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