British Sterling Market Report & Forecasts
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Tomorrow will be a historic day for the UK as Theresa May pulls the trigger on Article 50 – starting the official process of an EU-exit. Investors must now attempt to gauge the mood on both sides as we look forward to negotiations.
Markets prepare for Theresa May’s declaration of Article 50, but will the Pound gain or lose on the announcement? Jean-Claude Juncker has expressed great sadness towards the UK’s decision as the EU celebrates its 60th Birthday.
The Pound now hangs in the balance as the UK prepares for its EU-exit next week. Investors took comfort in the latest retail figures released yesterday, but will it be enough to maintain appetite for Sterling?
Yesterday’s terror attack in London resulted in a slight knee jerk reaction for Pound Sterling exchange rates, but continue to recover through this morning’s trading session.
Strong inflationary figures gave the Pound a needed boost as the UK prepares its withdrawal from the European Union, GBP investors are hoping the Bank of England may look to raise interest rates in the near term to combat higher inflation,
A deadline for Article 50 has been set for 29th March, formally beginning the process of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Inflationary figures today are expected to come out higher than the Bank of England’s target which could benefit Pound Sterling exchange rates.
Markets are preparing for Government to invoke Article 50 this week or next, which is likely to result in some movement for Pound Sterling exchange rates. It’s now a question of ‘which way will they sway’?
The Bank of England kept interest rates on hold during yesterday’s briefing, but have hinted that a rate hike may be necessary if inflation continues to pick up.
The Pound edges lower against most major currencies as markets prepare for the UK’s formal notice for EU-withdrawal. The Bank of England will give their latest interest rate decision today with expectations for no change.
Nicola Sturgeon – The Scottish First Minister is seeking approval from the UK Government for a second Referendum on independence. This report discusses the potential implications for Sterling exchange rates,