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The rebound in inflation would likely be taken very positively by the market and could see the pound’s value continue to increase.
By Amelia Spencer
Yesterday, GBP/EUR interbank rates briefly reached the highest point in 12-months and breaking through the 1.17 level.
The pound made gains yesterday against its major currency counterparts, following from a host of better-than-expected employment figures in the UK.
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The week ahead is expected to be extremely volatile for exchange rates involving the pound, for a number of reasons.
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The pound fell to its lowest trading levels against the euro yesterday since November, trading at 1.16329.
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Unexpected positive UK economic data helps the pound strengthen against the euro, reaching highest levels for 10 days.
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US dollar remains strong despite a mixed set of US economic data and fears of a recession.
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Following the GBP/EUR interbank exchange rate reaching its highest trading level since June, UK Retail Sales figures decline for third consecutive month pushing sterling value lower again.