Whether you are buying a property overseas, moving abroad to study or work, or simply want to learn more about currency exchange the following articles offer some insight into these and other topics.
We examine some of the key events due in 2018 and offer some insight into what may shape Pound Sterling, Euro, US Dollar and Australian Dollar exchange rates.
By Jonathan Watson
The Pound has risen to a 6-month high against the Euro, along with a many other currencies, following the announcement that a Brexit deal has been agreed.
It's a busy time for the Pound, Euro and the US Dollar with the US interest rate decision, an important speech by Theresa May and the German election.
Could news from the Jackson Hole Symposium impact exchange rates? Will Mario Draghi's speech reveal plans for Eurozone monetary policy?
With Brexit negotiations now underway and political uncertainty rife in the UK, the Pound has been struggling against many of the Euro and US Dollar.
Following the UK's declaration of Article 50 and with Brexit looming we thought we’d take a look back at the history of the European Monetary Union.
By Jessica Roberts
The UK's Prime Minister Theresa May shocked the currency markets when she announced her intentions to hold a snap election on June 8th.
The markets are already preparing for the potential of a Marine Le Pen victory in the French elections.
Article 50, the legal mechanism for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU has now been declared by the UK Government.
Currently Pound Sterling has crept up to 1.19 against the Euro, providing the best opportunity to buy Euros with Pounds so far this year.
The following article provides insights into what may affect exchange rates throughout 2017 and when is the best time to buy foreign currency.
With Christmas fast approaching and the recent decline for the single currency, many clients are asking me whether now is the best time to sell Euros?
By Matthew Vassallo
The Italian Referendum added to Eurozone problems boosting Pound to Euro exchange rates to 1.20 for the first time since June.
With Trump's US Presidential election win and the High Court's ruling on Brexit resulting in Pound strength, further surprises are not out of the question.
Brexit uncertainty continues to weaken the Pound and with few plans from Government, further losses could be on the horizon. Political events in Europe and the US could present opportunities for those selling Sterling.