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 UK's vaccination drive has been disrupted as April is forecast to see less vaccines available, causing GBP value to sharply decline against the euro.
By Jonathan Watson
GBP/EUR rates set a 14-month high, reaching 1.18 at the start of this week, but rates since slipped in value falling to 1.1583 this morning.
By Richard Nugent
The IMF have released their latest economic forecast and prodict that 'global growth is projected at 6% in 2021, moderating to 4.4% in 2022.'
By Ben Fletcher
Yesterday, GBPEUR interbank exchange rates briefly passed the 1.18 resistance barrier, before reteating back to the 1.17 level.
Yesterday morning saw UK GDP figures revised up from an estimated 1% to 1.3%, pushing both pound to euro and pound to US dollar rates higher.
By Chris Doane
Pound to euro exchange rates have been in the financial news this week, after hitting the highest levels seen in over a year.
The second phase of lockdown easing took place in the UK yesterday which helped boost sterling against the euro.
By Tiffany Duff
Sterling continues to remain rangebound against a variety of its currency counterparts such as the euro and US dollar as we near the end of March.
By Sam Mills
Sterling holders will have been holding their breath so far this week after worrying reports that the EU might block exports of the vaccine.
By Ben Small
Sterling edges lower against the euro and US dollar as tensions rise between the UK and EU surrounding vaccine exports.
By Oliver Valdez
The pound has had a slow start to the trading week against most major currencies, with the slight drop off against most majors being attributed to the uncertainty surrounding vaccine imports.
By Daniel Wright
The rebound in inflation would likely be taken very positively by the market and could see the pound’s value continue to increase.
By Amelia Spencer
Sterling rates received a boost last week as the Bank of England signaled positive times ahead.
By Semran Suri
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has also been fairly upbeat about the UK’s recovery potential which has offered support to GBP rates.
By Tom Holian
The pound has made impressive gains against the majority of major currencies since the beginning of the year.
By Daniel Johnson