The pound is set to see its biggest weekly gain since 2009, up 3.2% against the dollar since Monday, following the Bank of England's decision to hold rates at 0.5% this month.
Despite climbing by as much as 0.7% against the greenback overnight, sterling has stumbled this morning, and is now up just 0.1% against the dollar at $1.3357, but is still on track for its largest weekly...
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Bond investors spent most of last year transitioning towards a more fundamentally driven approach to selecting assets.
There is something strange going on in Europe according to some commentators - the market has rallied aggressively post the trade war-induced sell-off in the fourth quarter of 2018.
We expect to see continued market volatility and macroeconomic uncertainty in the UK throughout 2019, not least due to Brexit.