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 EUR was one of the main benefactors of yesterday’s downturn for the pound caused by uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
By Matthew Vassallo
Pound to euro rate remains within 1% of near 20-month high this week with just 9 days to go until 29th March.
By Daniel Wright
If Theresa May requests an extension to Article 50, will the EU unanimously agree and allow the UK extra time?
By Ben Fletcher
With all the questions surrounding Brexit will the interbank GBP/EUR exchange rate find stability above 1.17?
By Daniel Fozard
Interbank GBPEUR rate reaches highest levels in 22 months following the news that the House of Commons rejected the motion of a no deal Brexit.
By Amelia Spencer
Potential problems ahead for Spain with the next general election due on April 28th.
By Tom Holian
Potential friction between France and Germany with French President and Party leader of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany disagreeing on European monetary policy.
By Ben Small
Weaker German Data Signals Slowdown with Industrial Production and and exports for January falling.
By James Lovick
As well as uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the euro has other struggles of its own with German and Italian economic weakness.
By Dayle Littlejohn
Could comments from ECB President Mario Draghi about keeping interest rates on hold signal further euro weakness ahead?
By Jonathan Watson
Italy's national debt remains a concern for the strength of the single currency.
By Daniel Johnson
Interest Rate Decision from the ECB tomorrow, followed by Q&A with President Mario Draghi
Euro rates fall further against the pound following positive Brexit sentiment and a weaker EU economy.
By Steve Eakins
ECB meeting likely to be a test for the euro, as markets await information on future monetary policy.
The EUR finally succumbs to growing pressure, and sterling makes further gains following breakthrough with Brexit.