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How much damage has the delaying of 'Freedom Day' really done to the pound’s prospects?
By Ben Small
The pound has remained within tight ranges against the euro throughout this week, potentially reflecting the market’s cautious stance as we move into the final week of the month.
After making gains earlier this week, sterling has found itself on the backfoot against the euro and US dollar as the economic advantage from the UK's vaccination drive begins to fade.
Sterling holders will have been holding their breath so far this week after worrying reports that the EU might block exports of the vaccine.
Could the UK's budget announcement derail the gains that sterling has made against the euro?
The pound has managed to maintain its hold over its major currency counterparts since the start of the month.
Business leaders have described "significant problems" encountered on the Irish Sea trade border in the first week of its operation.
Despite softening from the multi-month highs early in the week, the pound looks set to finish strongly as we go into the weekend.
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.
Pound to euro exchange rates seem to have stabilised despite an acceleration in job losses reported during yesterday’s trading.
Sterling continues to hold onto its month end gains, but could the Bank of England's interest rate decision cause a GBP sell-off?
Sterling Exchange rates have continued to fall against the euro at the start of the week as government policies continue to drive currency value.
Sterling lost value against the euro and US dollar at the start of the week despite signs of UK economic recovery.
GBP enjoys a 0.5% gain against the euro as Boris Johnson is discharged from hospital.
The pound has regained some of its losses against the euro and US dollar as the Bank of England implements economic aid packages to support the British economy.