The market is waiting for the news in the UK, with the pair around 0.932 pounds per euro. If the employment data are better than expected, the sterling will seek 0.92. On the contrary, we'll see if the pair tries to break yesterday's high at0.9411 pounds per euro. Remember that it's expected the result to come in worse than last month, so if it's worse than than, the euro hike could be bigger than if the data improves a bit.The data will be published at 10:30 CET.