After the May-Juncker Meeting at Downing Street, Word on The Streets of London is that there exists undeniably, a gap between Britain’s and the EU’s understanding of the ‘Brexit Rollout’. Prime Minister May is determined however, that come March 2019, Britain leaves the EU, deal or no deal.
Business Chiefs in the UK have warned against Brexit dominating the election, urging parties to tackle economic issues beyond the European debate instead, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Though there was a slow start to the London Session, Swiss Data came in positive and the Swiss Franc strengthened against the Dollar. London’s FTSE 100 edged higher Tuesday and Asian Equities advanced. Sterling was subdued yesterday due to the Holidays but today Manufacture PMI Data came in strong; a lot stronger than expected, so we expect bullish action for the GBP.