The triangle pattern on GBP/USD looks close to completion and once finished likely to break lower.
The pound to euro exchange rate (GBP/EUR) is tipped to end 2016 on a soft note, regardless of whether or not the UK votes to remain a part of the Eurozone it is argued.
The pound to euro exchange rate (GBP/EUR) is seen residing between two crucial markets while the GBP/USD cannot afford to close this quarter below a magic number argue technical strategists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research.
Canadian lender Scotia Banks has released its latest Canadian Dollar pair forecasts, we take a look at the charts and report on what they predict
We look at the charts of major pairs and use technical analysis to forecast where the exchange rate is likely to move next.
New exchange rate forecasts from St. George Bank in Australia confirm the pound sterling should maintain ground above 2.0 in 2016.
The outlook for the euro has improved in near-term timeframes with analysts predicting upside potential.
Following the bomb-shell announcement from the European Central Bank on 23rd January we consider the latest forecasts for the shared currency.
We take a look at the likely prospects for the British pound agains both the US dollar and euro from a technical perspective.
Ruble exchange rates are due a recovery in 2015 after the dramatic declines witnessed in 2014.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch appears to be split on where the pound sterling is headed against the euro.
The GBP/USD exchange rate is racing lower with 2015 starting off in the worst possible manner.
Exchange rate markets open for their first day of trade of 2015 and it is the dollar that starts off the year on the front foot.
The New Zealand dollar exchange rate complex (NZD) looks intent on ending 2014 with a flourish.
The very latest research on the exchange rate markets has been released and it appears the US dollar has some catching up to do.