Those hoping the Pound would receive a boost this morning were left disappointed as this weeks key piece of economic data out of the UK failed to meet expectations.
The data released this morning at 9.30am showed that the rate of Inflation has surprisingly dropped over the last month, and this has lowered the chances of an interest rate hike from the Bank of England.
Many had expected to see the BoE look into raising rates in order to weather the negative effects on the UK economy of the increasing price of goods, especially as it emerged recently that wage growth within the UK has fallen to its lowest levels in four years.
Thursday could be a busy day for all markets as there will be a number of key releases across the board. There will be an ECB Monetary Policy Statement at around 1.30 this day which could have an impact on the Pound to Canadian Dollar rate.
On Friday there will be inflation data out of Canada which could also create movement between the GBP/CAD pair, especially if the figure comes out substantially different from the 1.1% expected for the month of June.
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