Last Friday, the USD remained weak against its major rival currencies while central banks in the UK and Switzerland adopted a different plan from the Federal Reserve's policy on cutting rates. All this as risk appetite faded over caution regarding U.S-China trade talks. GBP went up to a 60-day top of $1.2559 versus the greenback last night following Jean-Claude Juncker the President of the European Commission that said he believes Brussels can agree with the United Kingdom.
Middle East pressures support oil
Weekly Report - 23/09/2019