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GBP falls as the UK looks likely to implement tighter nationwide restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
By Rob Harold
This morning, sterling has reached a 38-day high against the euro as better than expected UK Retail Sales figures raised hopes of a V-shaped economic recovery.
Sterling exchange rates countinue to fall against the US Dollar and Euro as post-Brexit trade deal looks unlikely.
The pound suffered significant losses against EUR and USD during yesterday’s trading following the Bank of England's decision to keep interest rate at 0.1%.
No-deal Brexit fears continue to weigh on sterling as the EU announce economic rescue package.
Much of sterling's value in 2020 has been down to the recovery in UK economic figures released.
Battle for Conservative Party leadership begins this week.
Key speeches from the ECB this week could affect EUR rates.
With an uncertain US growth outlook, will the Fed cut interest rates?
Brexit uncertainty and global trade tensions weigh on AUD.
EU Parliament elections to cause volatility for GBP/EUR rates.
Australian dollar weakens amid rate cut hints from the RBA.
Sterling gains after Theresa May announces short-term extension to Article 50.
Pound spikes against the euro after Theresa May sought help from Labour on Brexit deal.
Durable Goods orders saw positive increase, boosting economy and dollar.