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It seems to be a positive time for sterling this week. We had the higher inflation data on Tuesday, the BoE yesterday, and today we've completed the hat trick: arguably the biggest dove on the MPC (Monetary Policy Committee) coming out in support of a rate hike in coming months if the conditions continue.feedback
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Sep 15 2017 Brexit
David Cheetham has been quoted 20 times. The one recent article where David Cheetham has been quoted is Markets edge down as fears surface on size of Tory majority. Most recently, David Cheetham was quoted as having said, “Sterling has moved off its highest levels of the year in recent week as polls have tightened, but the market is seemingly pricing in a victory for the Conservatives. This is not to say that there isn't the potential for further sterling appreciation on a Tory victory, with a clear extension of their majority likely to see more gains ahead. However the outcome is far less certain than PM May would have hoped when she announced the snap election back in mid-April and a loss of her majority would come as a crushing blow to not only her party, but also to the pound.”.
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Nov 04 2016

Barring a dramatic reversal, the pound looks set for its biggest weekly rise since the EU referendum.feedback

Sep 05 2016

The latest reading negates some of the pessimism from the July reading, which sparked fears of a substantial slowdown in business activity following the EU referendum after showing the largest decline on record.feedback

Jul 18 2016

The transaction represents the first major acquisition following the referendum and whilst the purchase doesn't constitute a resounding vote of confidence in the post-EU U.K., it does illustrate that the after-effects of the Brexit have not deterred all parties from continuing with business as usual.feedback

Jan 04 2016

Markets in general don't like uncertainty and the indecision that would arise following the UK leaving the EU is highly unlikely to be supportive of indices.feedback

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