Viraj Patel, FX strategist at ING, says U.K. economic data may surprise in the first quarter of 2018 and that would boost strength of the British pound.
As 2018 approaches, CNBC takes a look at what central bankers in the U.S., euro zone, U.K. and Japan might have on the books for the new year.
Shane Oliver of AMP Capital Investors says inflation next year could start to surprise on the upside.
Viraj Patel, FX strategist at ING, speaks about how the U.K. currency could move amid Brexit-related risks.
European stocks finished Thursday's trading day in negative territory.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore and Steve Sedgwick speak about monetary policy from major central banks.
James Andrews of Redmayne-Bentley says the market is awaiting fresh clues on the Bank of England's rate stance.
As U.K. living costs rise, focus will be on news of potential interest rate hikes in 2018.
The dollar rose for a second straight session on Tuesday, continuing to benefit from optimism surrounding U.S. tax reform.
Gold is still on track for a weekly decline.
The dollar gained as risk sentiment improved, and the confirmation hearing of new Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell kicked off.
Philip Hammond laid out the country's latest economic map as it tackles Brexit negotiations.
Gold prices rose on Wednesday as weaker-than-expected U.S. data pushed the dollar lower.
Howard Davies, chairman at RBS, says the Bank of England was right to heed its inflation mandate in hiking interest rates.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the latest comments from global central bankers at a conference in Germany.
European stocks closed higher Friday, as investors monitored a fresh batch of corporate earnings.
James Pomeroy, global economist at HSBC and Paul Donovan, global chief economist at UBS Wealth Management, discuss the Bank of England's interest rate hike.
The BOE raised interest rates for the first time in more than 10 years Thursday, a landmark move lifting borrowing costs from the lowest level on record.
European stocks ended relatively mixed Thursday, as investors digested corporate earnings and reacted to a sharp fall in sterling.
Avoiding too much of a hawkish signal was in line with expectations, Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist at BNY Mellon, said.