After a bright start this morning the Pound has ended up down on the day against all major currency pairs, as it was announced this afternoon that the impending UK separation from the EU will officially begin on the 29th of March.
Despite dropping off the Pound is currently off of its day lows which to me indicates that the trend from this point onward is unlikely to be sharply downward, as most within the currency markets have been expecting to see the Brexit begin this month it was just unclear as which exact date.
I’m expecting to see the Pound remain sensitive in the wake of Brexit related headlines, and I think that the Pound will become even further sensitive to these types of headlines now that the Brexit is about to begin. I think that the trade negotiations between the UK and other major economies are now likely to take centre stage and a main driver of GBP exchange rates.
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Tomorrow morning there will be a key release for the UK economy in the form of Inflation Data, and this will be released at 9.30am. Any major swings from the expected 2.1% increase on an annual basis is likely to create a sharp move within GBP exchange rates, so feel free to get in touch if you would also like to discuss this.
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