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The pound has started this week on a firmer footing as the UK advanced to step two in the roadmap out of lockdown.
By James Lovick
The pound ended the week lower against the US dollar and euro on Friday after what was a generally positive week for sterling exchange rates.
GBPEUR exchange rate is continuing its successful trajectory upwards today after hitting a nine-month high at the start of the week.
The pound rallied higher yesterday with levels moving back towards the recent peak seen last week.
The pound looks set for major volatility this week as Brexit negotiations are expected to be finally concluded, one way or another.
The pound continues to see uncertainty as Brexit, the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and to a certain extent the outcome of the US election all impact on the price of sterling.
The pound looks set for yet another volatile week as the markets continue to second guess the final outcome of these Brexit negotiations.
The pound continues to fall lower this week as Brexit trade talks have become increasingly heated surrounding the remaining contentious issues of state aid and fisheries.
Sterling moved higher against the euro and US dollar despite news of rising job losses amongst high street retailers.
Some market commentators believe the UK is heading for a no deal Brexit, or that any trade deal reached with the EU will be very restricted.
The pound is set for potential high volatility today with a series of important data releases and political developments.
Yesterday's afternoons trading saw sterling fall to a low of 1.1292 against the euro due to UK economy woes.
The pound has today moved higher against the euro, reaching a high of 1.1481, as Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street.
As sterling continues to rise against the euro, will upcoming economic data further support the pound?
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