Read our currency forecasts and market reports for details of what could affect the Pound, Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar and many of the other major currencies.
Yesterday, sterling continued it trned upwards against the euro and US dollar reaching a high of 1.1518 and 1.2631 respectively.
By Brett Goulty
Sterling continues to slide against other major currencies as the Bank of England looks likely to introduce quantitative easing programme.
Pound to euro interbank rates rose to 1.1772 yesterday, on the back of better than expected UK Services data.
Government to attempt to bring back Brexit deal vote today; European Central Bank meeting this Thursday; Federal Reserve interest rate decision.
Bank of England interest rate decision, what could happen?; Euro rebounds after ECB interest rate decision; Progress in US China trade talks
GBP made gains against its major currency counterparts late last week, will the pound continue to bounce back?
As more economic data for the Eurozone comes in lower than expected, will the ECB introduce further monetary stimulus?
US-China trade talks stall as President Donald Trump declares he may “not be ready to make a deal yet”.
Today the new Prime Minister will be announced, what could this mean for Brexit negotiations?
ECB pledges to keep interest rates low and introduce further quantitative easing measures to stimulate economy.
US Dollar strength continues as geopolitical tensions around the Gulf of Oman rise.
Rise in oil prices offers support to the Canadian Dollar.