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GBP has once more found itself under pressure to to the ongoing Brexcit trade negotiations as both the UK and EU reach a stalemate.
By Tom Holian
GBP sees a sell-off as UK manufacturing data provides a bleak picture for the British economy.
GBPEUR rate has hit 1.15 as sterling enjoys a strngthening in value due to the UK's coronavirus response.
Sterling loses ground to the euro as Coronavirus fears and The Bank of England Interest rate cut impact pound value.
Sterling loses ground to the euro but stregnthens against the Australian Dollar, New Zealand Dollar and the South African Rand as Coronavirus fears continue.
Today the Bank of England releases there latest interest rate decision and minutes. Following this, Mark Carney will then deliver a speech on the current state of the UK economy.
On Friday, Boris Johnson's Brexit Bill was voted through Parliament with a vote of 358 for and 234 against.
Pound finds support after UK unemployment figures were released and Tories extend lead in the general election polls.
Brexit no deal, UK borrowing could rise to £100bn; Key German economic data released on Thursday; US China trade deal looks ‘unlikely’.
In today's market report; Parliament and MPs block no deal Brexit; Pound to US Dollar rate hits 3 year lows; Could the ECB be looking to cut interest rates further?
GBP has made gains against the majority of major currencies as hopes rise for a potential Brexit compromise.
Boris Johnson traveled to meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, is a Brexit deal possible?
New hope surrounding Brexit and US economy worries contribute to strengthening GBP/USD exchange rate.
The pound hits a 2 week high vs the Australian dollar as the CBA makes a negative statement about the outlook for Aussie.
Boris Johnson has won the conservative leadership contest to become the new Prime Minister.