Read our currency forecasts and market reports for details of what could affect the Pound, Euro, US Dollar, Australian Dollar and many of the other major currencies.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be the main driver for GBP exchange rates with Andrew Bailey stating the UK was entering the second phase of the crisis.
By Tom Higham
Improved global confidence around the economic impact of COVID-19 and the rising potential for an extension to Brexit have led to Sterling strength.
By Jonathan Watson
As the spread of Covid-19 continues to impact the world's economy, measures are being taken by centrals banks to limit the damage.
By Daniel Wright
Sterling continues its negative trend against other major currencies as Coronavirus impact influences stock market sell-off.
By James Lovick
Sterling slumped in value against the euro as coronavirus causes global stock markets to crash, could there be further losses ahead?
By Daniel Johnson
As the coronavirus spreads across Europe, so too does the impact on the central banks' monetary policy.
By Joseph Wright
What has affected sterling, euro, US dollar and Australian dollar exhange rates this week?
The Reserve Bank of Australia kept interest rates on hold whilst providing an optimistic outlook for the Australian economy.
Sterling remains fragile after PM Boris Johnson's UK-EU trade arrangement comments on Monday.
After sterling's loss of value on Monday, reaching a 6-week low against the dollar, the pound regained the mojority of its losses during yesterday's trading.
The pound yesterday endured its worst day of trading in 7 weeks as Boris Johnson signals new trading relationship with the rest of the world, away from the EU.
Australian dollar fails to make gains against other major currencies due to the Coronavirus' negative effect on the Chinese economy.
The Australian dollar weakened slightly this week as the Coronovirus effects Asian market sentiment.
Uncertainty surrounding interest rate cuts from the Reserve Bank of Australia and Bank of England leads to Aussie strength.
Bank of England interest rates, shrinking UK GDP and Brexit uncertainty weigh on sterling.
By Ben Small