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.
Theresa May wins confidence majority - what next for Brexit plans?
By Daniel Fozard
South African Rand recovers from 2-year low
By Joseph Wright
The South African Rand has continued to gain against the Pound. Following some recent gains is now the best time to sell ZAR to buy GBP?
By Daniel Wright
Since Jacob Zuma was replaced by Cyril Ramaphosa, the value of the Rand has increased as South Africa's credit rating improves due to the improved level of stability.
By Tom Holian
With the news that Cyril Ramaphosa will succeed Jacob Zuma as the new African National Congress leader, ZAR has had a strong start to the week this week.
By Ben Small
This Tuesday we saw the release of manufacturing production figures which came out as better than expected, the ZAR is now trading at 12 month highs.
By Steve Eakins
With a potential end to Jacob Zuma's administration the Rand started the week on a strong note, only for GBP to gain 3% with the election result.
The Rand has lost over 10% against the Pound following Zuma’s decision to fire members of his cabinet. A Kantar survey shows 7 out of 10 South African’s want President Zuma to step down.
The following report looks at factors that are affecting the Rand, looking specifically at political events that are driving the Rand lower.
By Jonathan Sherman
A strong financial budget from Pravin Gordhan has helped pave the way for ZAR strength against Sterling.
By Jonathan Watson
17 major banks have been accused of rigging the Rand for profit boosting. Banks including HSBC and Barclays could face hefty finds if found guilty.
By Daniel Johnson
Political events in South Africa are having an impact on the Rand. Whilst Brexit has been the main driver of GBP ZAR in recent months,
GBP/ZAR exchange rates are now 5% cheaper since last week. How will the FED's decision to hike rates impact the Rand?
The South African Rand is strong against the Pound despite the economy falling into recession. Those selling ZAR may want to make the most of current levels.
Recent Sterling weakness and the expectation the US won't rise interest rates in 2015 have helped the ZAR to make inroads into GBP, but will this last?