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Sterling made gains against most major currencies yesterday as Rishi Sunak announced new measures to replace the current furlough scheme in November.
By Michelle Fox
The pound bumped up half a percent against the euro yesterday shifting from its 1.08 levels and gradually encroached into new 1.09 territory.
By Sam Mills
The pound suffered in yesterday afternoon’s trading as the Bank of England laid out a framework for negative interest rates.
By Jonathan Watson
Sterling rose nearly 1% against the euro yesterday following an increase in optimism regarding Brexit.
By Ben Fletcher
Pound to euro exchange rates seem to have stabilised despite an acceleration in job losses reported during yesterday’s trading.
By Ben Small
Due to an increase in the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, pound sterling suffered an approximate 4.5% loss against the euro.
By Oliver Godwin
Volatility and losses were the theme of the day for the pound yesterday as GBP dropped to its lowest level against the euro since late March at 1.0784.
By Lauren Buckner
The pound continues to fall lower this week as Brexit trade talks have become increasingly heated surrounding the remaining contentious issues of state aid and fisheries.
By James Lovick
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson causes sterling volatility as he stated yesterday on Brexit, 'Leaving without a deal would be a good outcome for the UK'.
By Dayle Littlejohn
The end of last week saw sterling fall against the euro as UK and EU Brexit negotiators fail to make any headway to agreeing a trade agreement.
By Steve Eakins
Sterling has continued to make gains against the euro and US dollar this week, but will GBP hold onto this strength?
By Joseph Wright
Sterling continues to make gains against the euro as UK economic data supports GBP rates whilst fears of further lockdowns in the Eurozone hamper EUR.
By Daniel Wright
Last week, sterling exchange rates took a positive turn climbing higher against the euro breaking the 1.12 barrier and reaching a 2-year high against the US dollar.
This week, sterling has held onto its gains against the euro but has failed to test key 1.12 level due to the lack of progress made in Brexit negotiations.
Brexit trade negotiations ended on a negative last week as both EU and UK representatives stated 'very little progress' has been made.