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The well-anticipated day that everyone will be waiting for will be on the 19th of July when the UK will lift all restrictions.
By Oliver Valdez
News of delay to UK easing of Covid restrictions has done little to impact sterling rates with an official government announcement expected later today.
Since the beginning of the year there has been two main catalysts for sterling’s advances; Boris Johnson’s ability to secure a Brexit deal and the UK's rapid vaccine rollout.
Sterling edges lower against the euro and US dollar as tensions rise between the UK and EU surrounding vaccine exports.
Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey spoke yesterday about the future of the UK economy and his thoughts about what the future might hold.
The UK government continues to deliver on its COVID vaccine rollout and is on course to meet its February target causing support in GBP rates.