Trading signals

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UK Manufacturing and Services PMI came in better-than-expected. 

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Coronavirus headlines sent traders to the safety of the US dollar. 

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The UK Parliament passed the Brexit bill, still markets ignored it and preferred to focus on the UK data and the news about the coronavirus.

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Better-than-expected wages growth in the UK offered support to the pound. 

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Gloomy mood around the pound still persists.

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The UK Retail Sales disappointed traders and returned speculations of a rate cut. 

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The pound not only stabilized after disappointing UK data, but managed to print fresh highs.

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The Bank of England moved one step closer to a rate cut after a weak inflation data.

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A weaker dollar and the UK PM Johnson’s positive comments supported the pound yesterday.

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Disappointed UK data and BoE’s dovish comments kept weighing on the pound.