|Bid||0.000 x 0|
|Ask||0.000 x 0|
|Day's Range||35.182 - 35.182|
|52 Week Range||31.500 - 36.130|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.40%|
The International Monetary Fund (or IMF), in its October world economic outlook, downgraded its growth outlook for the United Kingdom.
The British pound (FXB) depreciated against the US dollar for the week ended September 29. The pound (GBB) posted a weekly close of 1.3397, depreciating by 0.71% against the US dollar (UUP).
The British pound is headed for its fourth weekly positive close in a row backed by the strong August inflation print and the hawkish statement from the Bank of England.
Inflation in the United Kingdom has been on a higher trajectory with consumer prices in the United Kingdom rising 2.9% in August year-over-year.
The British pound (FXB) appreciated against the US dollar for the week ended September 8, 2017. The pound closed at 1.32, appreciating 1.9% against the US dollar.
The British pound (FXB) remained unchanged against the US dollar for the week ending August 25. The pound (GBB) closed the week at 1.2887.
The British pound (FXB) had another negative week as a dovish statement from the Bank of England continued to drag the currency lower.
The British pound recorded another multi-month high of 1.3266 against the US dollar before the Bank of England announced its inflation report and interest rate decision on August 3.
The British pound (FXB) has had a roller coaster ride over the last few weeks, as mixed signals were given by the Bank of England. After a hawkish tone at its…
The US dollar appears to have received a lifeline after US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s most recent testimony to US Congress.
Economic data from the United Kingdom showed unexpected signs of a slowdown last week, with weaker-than-expected data reported in trade, production, and house prices.
There was a hawkish turn in the BOE's latest meeting, with three MPC members voting for a 0.25% rate hike, apparently worried about rising inflation.
Hawkish comments from the Bank of England's governor, Mark Carney, helped the British pound rally against its trading partners in the week ended June 30, 2017.
The Bank of England left rates unchanged in its recent policy announcement on June 8, but the decision—or lack thereof—still managed to disrupt markets.
The British pound (FXB) fell against most of the major currencies in the previous week as markets digested the surprisingly hawkish tone of the Bank of England’s (or BOE) monetary policy statement.
The British pound spiked higher early Thursday morning after the central bank members were split on how to proceed with its key interest rates. The British pound was trading just below the $1.2700 level ...