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After initially losing much of its value against the Euro and US dollar during the COVID-19 outbreak, sterling has mounted a comeback.
By Jonathan Watson
As the first week of social isolation in the UK draws to a close, what impact have the significant anti-Coronavirus measures had on the global currency markets?
As the FTSE 100 found some restbite yesterday, sterling mounted a comeback against the euro reaching highs of 1.10 before surrendering its gains in the afternoon's trading session.
By Ben Fletcher
As the UK goes into lockdown, what measures have the Government and the Bank of England taken to support the economy?
By Amelia Spencer
The pound has regained some of its losses against the euro and US dollar as the Bank of England implements economic aid packages to support the British economy.
By Ben Small
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
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 to slide against other major currencies as the Bank of England looks likely to introduce quantitative easing programme.
By Brett Goulty
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
Global measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus increase, with UK PM Boris Johnson calling an emergency cobra meeting and President Trump banning all travel to and from mainland Europe.
Sterling loses ground to the euro as Coronavirus fears and The Bank of England Interest rate cut impact pound value.
By Tom Holian
Sterling value volatile as the Bank of England cuts interest rates by 50 basis points from 0.75% to 0.25%.
Sterling loses ground to the euro but stregnthens against the Australian Dollar, New Zealand Dollar and the South African Rand as Coronavirus fears continue.
Currency markets look towards the UK budget on Wednesday and potential change in ECB monetary policy as the impact of coronavirus on the global economy develops.
By Zachary Cunningham