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Why the US Dollar Could Depreciate After President Trump's Inauguration
Pound to Dollar Rate Continues Falling on Hard Brexit Fears
Sterling Weakens After Data Dump
Sterling Surges After Manufacturing PMI Rises from 53 to 56 in December
Pound to Dollar Exchange Rate Falls After Yellen Talks Up US Employment Sector
The Pound to Dollar Exchange Rate Challenges Trendline, Possibility of Break Lower Increases
Pound to Dollar X-Rate: First Signs of Recovery
The Pound to Dollar Rate Faces Potential "High-Volatility Breakout to the Downside"
Pound to Dollar Exchange Rate Forecast Towards 1.34 by 2017 at Credit Suisse
The Bullish Revival in Pound to Dollar Exchange Rate Stalls, GBP/USD Still Pointed Lower
Pound to Dollar Rate Could be on the Move Back to 1.32
The Pound to Dollar Rate is Forecast at 1.32-33 Should Sterling Continue its Recovery
British Pound to Dollar Still Below 1.3000; Pound to Euro Reaches 1.1600 Target, Next Stop 1.1400
Pound to Dollar Rate Forecast to Bounce Back to 1.50 on Remain Vote
US Dollar Forecast to Continue Weakening Over Next 90-Days After Large Non-Farm Payrolls (NFPs) Miss According to Research
Pound to Dollar Settles Down after a Steady Janet Yellen Leaves Door Open to Interest Rate Rise in Second Half of 2016
Pound to Dollar a Conviction Sell at Westpac and ABN Amro, Here are the Entry and Exit Levels
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Back Above 1.28 and 100 Day M.A but BofA Warn of Potential for Declines Sub 1.20 Longer-Term
Euro to Pound Sterling Exchange Rate Uptrend Intact, Options Market Volatilty at Financial Crisis Levels as Corporates Hedge Against Brexit
GBP to Dollar Exchange Rate Forecast: Arguable that Uptrend Still Intact