Read our currency forecasts and market reports for details of what could affect the Pound, Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar and many of the other major currencies.
Despite U.K employment falling to its highest rate in a decade and GDP falling by a historic low sterling has recently made gains against other major currencies.
By Daniel Wright
Investment banks Morgan Stanley and Golman Sachs have both confirmed a reduced negative outlook for the pound as optimism for a Brexit deal grows.
By Chris Doane
Last week, Sterling reached a 4-month high against the US Dollar as the States recorded a fall in GDP of 32.9%, can the Dollar recover?
By Ben Fletcher
Fresh concerns around COVID-19 in the UK and Europe, and worsening economic figures coming out of the US as a result of the pandemic continue to shape the currency markets.
By Sam Mills
Today, the Bank of England hold their latest monetary policy meeting with Governor Andrew Bailey indicating the bank is actively reviewing a negative interest rate policy.
By Michelle Fox
Sterling continues to hold onto its month end gains, but could the Bank of England's interest rate decision cause a GBP sell-off?
By Ben Small
GBP ended last week as one of the top currency performers, will sterling's resurgence continue?
By Joseph Wright
Sterling value climbs against the euro and US dollar this week as hopes rise for a trade deal with the EU and Japan.
An independent watchdog has advised UK banks to prepare for a hard Brexit, this appears to have had a minimal effect foreign exchange markets, so far.
By Tom Holian
Sterling continues to show its weak performance as Commerz Bank Predicts new lows for GBP if the UK leaves the UK without a deal.
By Daniel Johnson
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, GBP continues to struggle against EUR as Brexit drives the demand for sterling down.
Brexit negotiations to impact GBP rates as the US and Eurozone release key GDP data later this week.
By Jonathan Watson
Sterling exchange rates countinue to fall against the US Dollar and Euro as post-Brexit trade deal looks unlikely.
By Rob Harold
Sterling's rally against the Euro has been hampered due to the European Union agreeing terms on a €750 Coronavirus recovery programme.
The pound bounced to make more than 0.5 percent against the euro and close to 1 percent against the US dollar during yesterday’s trading.