It's a fuller day to come for the the Pound. Preliminary PMIs from the private sector for August will give the Pound direction this morning
However, the forecasts are Pound negative and economists are expecting the vital Services PMI to fall from 52.6 to 52.0.
At the aggregate level The devil is in the small details. The BoE primary concern is inflation and wage growth, in particular
Inflationary pressures on input costs could result in Pound support, but the jury is still out whether the BoE can afford to confront inflation head-on.
Later in the day, the CBI Industrial Trend Orders in August are scheduled to be released, however, they will probably be of little
Although there aren't planned Monetary Policy Committee member speeches to give guidance, any remarks in response to the news
The EUR It is an eventful day in the economic calendar. The preliminary PMIs of the private sector of France, Germany, and
the Eurozone will attract a lot of attention. As market sentiment toward the Eurozone economy pushing the EUR
EUR down into negative territory the numbers released today may bolster the market's biggest worries.