• US Dollar and Euro look to normality, for Sterling it is anything but

    Following Sterling’s boost late last week it’s a busy time for the Pound, the Euro and the US Dollar with some key events coming up, including the US interest rate decision, an important speech by Theresa May and the German election.

  • GBP/EUR, ECB Taper and Mario Draghi at Jackson Hole Symposium

    The biggest event this week looks likely to be the Jackson Hole Symposium which starts on Thursday and concludes on Saturday in Wyoming, USA. Does news from this meeting of central bankers have the potential to impact exchange rates?

  • Post-election exchange rates and Brexit talks

    With Brexit negotiations now underway and political uncertainty rife in the UK, the Pound has been struggling against many of the major currencies, especially the Euro and US Dollar. Expect significant exchange rate volatility around any Brexit announcements.

  • Will the General Election in June affect Pound exchange rates?

    How will the snap election in June impact the Pound and could it change the course of Brexit? If you have a currency transfer to perform this article will help you to make an informed decision.

  • How will Article 50 impact Pound to Euro exchange rates?

    The two year window for Article 50 has now commenced and the direction of the Pound now hinges on the negotiations that follow.

  • Best time to buy Euros in 2017

    The Pound reached its highest level against the Euro this year, as markets prepare themselves for a potential Marine Le Pen victory. These levels may not present themselves for long with the UK expected to begin its withdrawal from the EU in the coming weeks.

  • When is the best time to buy foreign currency in 2017?

    The potential for more US interest rate hikes next year has strengthened the position of the US Dollar, but with Brexit and the European elections still at play, exchange rates could remain volatile in 2017.

  • President Trump & Brexit: breathing life back into the Pound

    With Donald Trump’s win in the US Presidential election and the High Court’s ruling on Brexit resulting in Pound strength, and the markets seemingly governed by politics rather than economic trends, further surprises are certainly not out of the question.

  • Brexit fears continue to weigh in on Sterling’s value

    Brexit uncertainty continues to weaken the Pound and with little plans from Government, further losses could be on the horizon. Whilst this could continue for some time, political events in Europe and the US could present opportunities for those selling Sterling.

  • The Pound continues to rally despite Brexit fears

    The Pound has begun September well with the first two days of trading recording three cent gains against the Euro, two cent gains against the US Dollar, and three cent gains against the Australian Dollar. The following article looks at what to expect from the Pound this month.

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