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Sterling continues to come under pressure from the Euro as the UK looks to be set to implement a Italain style lockdown due to the coronavirus.
By Matthew Vassallo
Last week, sterling increased in value against the euro and US dollar as Rishi Sunak replaced Sajid Javid as chancellor. Can sterling hold onto its gains?
Sterling finds support as Brexit deal looks increasingly likely; Eurozone recession fears weigh on the single currency; USD finds support as economic figures perform better than expected.
GBP sees its value spike against the EUR, USD & AUD amongst others.
Euro weakens as pressure on Eurozone economy intensifies causing concerns for investors.
GBP spikes against the USD despite concerns over Brexit.
Brexit concerns seemingly overlooked by investors as concerns over the Australian economy continue to grow.
GBP falls to fresh 6-month and two-year lows against the EUR & USD respectively.
EUR cements its recent gains against GBP despite economic concerns inside the Eurozone.
GBP/USD continues to trade close to a two-year high, as UK Economic concerns remain.
Brexit fears and a rebound in oil process drive GBP/CAD exchange rates down.
Political & economic uncertainty handicapping any major advances for the pound.
EUR trading close to a six-month high against GBP despite dovish outlook for the Eurozone economy.
GBP/USD interbank rates fall back below 1.26 as US economy reaches a historical milestone.