1. The Vote

The pound came under pressure following this morning’s publication of key UK economic data, although the losses were limited as Mark Carney, the Bank of England Governor, reiterated that an interest rate rise was on the horizon.
Traders cautious with interest rate decision in mind; the GBP/USD pair's gains after Carney comments; the EUR/USD pushes 1.20 as eurozone economic sentiment improves.
In July, the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said that the Governing Council would discuss the future of its €60 billion monthly purchases program in the autumn. Technically, autumn in the Northern Hemisphere will not start until Friday, Sept. 22, so there is a possibility that the topic of quantitative easing tapering may not be discussed at this week’s meeting.
After yesterday’s big sell-off, European equities have bounced back and USD Index futures point to a higher open on the financial market.
Comments on investor behavior in light of Comey’s testimony, the UK election and ECB meeting.
The EUR/USD’s recent rally finally came to a halt this week.
The EUR/USD formed a key technical reversal pattern yesterday.
If Donald Trump's election in the United States and Britain's decision to quit the European Union stirred the global economic waters, then there is the potential for a tsunami on the near horizon.
Amid global uncertainty, pay attention to this manufacturing index.