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The Pound could be in for rough ride short to medium term. It is not only the pandemic it has to contend with but also the small matter of Brexit.
By Daniel Johnson
On Thursday, PM Boris Johnson will address the nation on the latest meausres to be taken by the government on the Coronavirus pandemic.
GBP remains volatile as Brexit draws near and the coronavirus epidemic continues to spread around the globe.
Sterling slumped in value against the euro as coronavirus causes global stock markets to crash, could there be further losses ahead?
Sterling remains fragile after PM Boris Johnson's UK-EU trade arrangement comments on Monday.
Could Boris Johnson's deadline on trade talks lead to a no deal?
The UK government is set to make concessions on the Irish border issue and Brexit dominated the Queens speech.
Boris Johnson is yet to put forward any alternatives to Irish backstop; ECB could Change Monetary Policy; Federal Reserve US Interest Rate Decision.
The possibility of a no deal Brexit increases as the UK Government has a short time frame to negotiate with the EU.
Snap election called in Italy’s causing political uncertainty and threatening the euro value.
As the US China trade war intensifies, Goldman Sachs warns of a potential recession.
Australian dollar shows frailty as the US China trade war rumbles on.
The Pound remains fragile as the Conservative leadership contest draws to an end with one week to go.
Italian debt a concern for those holding Euros.
Chinese Growth hits 27 year low due to US China Trade War.