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For Question #1: The possibility of the UK leaving the EU creates uncertainty and instability for the UK economy. The markets hate uncertainty and equate it with increased risk. The British pound should weaken as traders look for less risky currencies.
For Question #2: A short statement like this is usually all it takes for the dollar to fall since the market will interpret this message as a sign that the U.S. government is willing to take action to weaken the dollar.
For Question #3: The actual data showed a bigger increase than expected. This is good for the country's currency. In this case, since it is Canada, USD/CAD would go down since the Canadian dollar should strengthen.
For Question #4: Political scandals, which create uncertainty, scare the markets. Markets hate surprises and uncertainty. This will cause traders to sell the Mexican peso and buy the US dollar.
For Question #5: Russia's economy is dependent on oil so if oil prices go down, it can have a negative effect on their economy, which is bearish for its currency.
For Question #6: Increasing industrial production implies a growing economy. Decreasing industrial production implies a slowing economy, which is negative for the country's currency.
For Question #7: Economic growth usually attracts demand for the country's currency but in this case, economic growth fell short of market expectations which usually results in the currency to sell off. For the EUR/USD, this means the euro would strengthen relative to the US dollar.
For Question #8: When a central bank lowers interest rates, this is usually negative for the currency.
For Question #9: Decreasing unemployment is a positive sign that an economy is growing. This usually strengthens the currency. Especially against other currencies whose economy isn't doing as well.
For Question #10: Unexpected negative events like terrorist attacks frighten financial markets and cause traders to withdraw from the affected country due to the possibility of additional attacks and harmful effects to the economy.