Foreign Currency Direct are regularly featured in the press, with both commentary on exchange rates and complete articles from our experts. Below are a selection for you to read.
We offer some insights following the news that last week the Bank of England left interest rates on hold, adding to many analysts' suspicions that they may raise rates in May.
Jonathan Watson offers some opinions following the news that Eurozone economic confidence has dropped for the third month in a row.
According to OECD reports the UK's economy will grow at the slowest pace of any of the G20 nations. Foreign Currency Direct offer some comments in the subject.
In this article for iamexpat.nl Jonathan Watson discusses what 2018 could mean for UK expats in the Netherlands. Looking at expats' rights, as well as what might happen to Pound / Euro exchange rates.
Chief market Analyst, Jonathan Watson take a look at the aspects of your currency exchange to consider when preparing to purchase a property overseas.
Jonathan Watson comments in the Daily Express on how Brexit might affect the German car manufacturing industry.
Commentary on household spending trends and consumer confidence following the release of the ONS Family Spending Report.
Jonathan Watson, Foreign Currency Direct's Chief Market Analyst comments on China’s economy and prospected continued growth.
With expats having been some of the biggest losers from Brexit so far, Jonathan Watson looks at the cost impact for expats.
Joshua Privett discusses the outlook for GBP/EUR exchange rates.
Soft Brexit or Hard Brexit. Foreign Currency Direct's Jonathan Watson comments in Lawyer Monthly on the prospects moving forward.
Foreign Currency Direct's Jonathan Watson remarks on the impact of the weaker Pound following the EU Referendum on luxury retail products.
We take an in-depth look at why the results of the recent UK general election saw the Pound’s value fall.
With the election on our doorsteps, Jonathan Watson talks about the potential impact of the UK’s general election on the Pound.
Less than two weeks before UK voters go to the polls, Jonathan Watson examines how the general election will affect the pound's value.