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Sterling saw a much quieter trading day yesterday, with GBPEUR remaining in the 1.10s and GBPUSD around the 1.31 mark over the course of the day.
By Daniel Wright
The pound surged more than 1 percent against the euro and 1.5 percent against the US dollar on news that the UK and EU will restart trade talks.
By Chris Doane
Pound sterling lost ground against the euro and US dollar yesterday as returning lockdowns and Brexit cast shadow over UK economic recovery.
By Steve Eakins
After the post lock down surge in activity over the summer months the economy is braced for a tough time through the winter months.
By Michelle Fox
Very anti-climactic week previously as very little news seems to come out of the summit regarding updates to Brexit.
By Ben Fletcher
GBP slipped against its major currency counterparts during yesterday’s trading as once again concerns around the progress of Brexit talks pulled the pound’s value into question.
By Ben Small
Brexit discussions atthe upcoming EU Summit this week to cause volatility for GBP exchange rates.
By Joseph Wright
EU Summit on Thursday could cause currency markets to be vaolatile as UK and EU look to agree the foundations of a deal.
The past week has seen sterling continue to see lot of movement within tight ranges, mainly driven by the markets seeking clarity over Brexit developments.
By Rob Harold
As Brexit negotiations continue, fishing right is proving to be a major sticking point for progress on a Brexit trade deal.
By Daniel Johnson
Politics continues to be the driving force behind global FX markets as Brexit negotiations and the US election cause volatility.
By Lauren Buckner
The pound has stayed firm against the USD and EUR at the start of this week as a more optimistic market view on the prospect of a post-Brext trade deal emerges.
By Oliver Godwin
The pound looks set for yet another volatile week as the markets continue to second guess the final outcome of these Brexit negotiations.
By James Lovick
We saw multiple fluctuations for GBP rates yesterday, with the pound rising and falling throughout the day as rumours came out of Brussels that things remain uncertain.
By Tom Holian
The ongoing Brexit negotiations, as we edge ever nearer to the mid-October deadline, are still creating problems for the pound.
By Sam Mills