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Sterling continues to remain fragile predominantly due to the lack of clarity surrounding Brexit.
By Daniel Johnson
The pound looks set for major volatility this week as Brexit negotiations are expected to be finally concluded, one way or another.
By James Lovick
Sterling has once again had a relatively quiet week so far against the major currencies, pending further updates on Brexit and COVID-19 measures.
By Tom Holian
Sterling opened yesterday’s trading just shy of 1.125 against the euro, but gradually lost ground throughout the day against the single currency.
By Richard Nugent
As more information on vaccines and the deployment across the UK population is announced, could the pound see an improvement in value?
By Steve Eakins
The pound enjoyed an excellent start to the week with reports of the AstraZeneca vaccine delivering hopes of better times ahead.
By Jonathan Watson
Considering the issues currently being negotiated we may have expected a little more volatility from the pound this week, is this the calm before the storm?
By Daniel Wright
This was meant to be the week in which the UK and EU finally agree a trade deal, but it is almost certain this deadline will now pass.
By Chris Doane
Sterling continues to remain rangebound this week with marginal movements on the GBP/EUR with rates currently residing in the mid 1.11’s.
By Sam Mills
On Thursday, EU leaders meet to discuss several key issues including the EU's response to the COVID-19 crisis and Brexit.
By Michelle Fox
Last week sterling saw some unexpected gains against both the Euro and the Dollar due to some unlikely Brexit talk conclusions.
Despite softening from the multi-month highs early in the week, the pound looks set to finish strongly as we go into the weekend.
By Ben Small
It’s been a strong start to the week for the pound after with GBPEUR breaking above 1.1250 for the first time since early September at yesterday’s high.
By Joseph Wright
Following the moving of the end of October deadline for Brexit talks, the latest deadline of the 14th November is upon us this week.
By Ben Fletcher
The pound continues to see uncertainty as Brexit, the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and to a certain extent the outcome of the US election all impact on the price of sterling.