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.
Last week, sterling increased in value against the euro and US dollar as Rishi Sunak replaced Sajid Javid as chancellor. Can sterling hold onto its gains?
By Matthew Vassallo
What has affected sterling, euro, US dollar and Australian dollar exhange rates this week?
By Daniel Wright
Pound sterling stable against the euro as Boris Johnson looks to reshuffle his ministerial cabinet.
By Michelle Fox
The pound saw a loss in value last week as investor confidence fell following Mifid II regulation change headlines. So far this week, GBP has recovered the majority of its losses against the euro.
By James Lovick
German, French and Italian economic data releases fail to provide market confidence in the Eurozone causing the euro to drop in value.
Sterling remains fragile after PM Boris Johnson's UK-EU trade arrangement comments on Monday.
By Daniel Johnson
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 made gains against the majority of major currencies last week as the Bank of England and Brexit helped boost sterling value.
By Jonathan Watson
Sterling makes gains against the euro due to BoE interest rate decision, despite positive German growth forecasts for 2020.
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.
By Tom Holian
Pound remains steady ahead of Thursday's Bank of England interest rate decision and Brexit deadline.
By Royston Howell
Traders look to Thursdays Bank of England interest rate decision as rate cut odds remain at 57% according to CME's BOEWatch Tool.
By Chris Doane
Sterling faces a key week as the latest interest rate decision takes place on Wednesday and Britian leaves the EU on Friday.
Euro value falls as comments from ECB President Christine Lagarde failed to instill confidence in Eurozone markets.
GBP rates rose yesterday as the likelihood of a Bank of England interest rate cut decreased.