The Pound has held fairly firm since the result of the referendum, however this current bout of resilience may have the chance of slipping away as we are starting to see U.K economic data showing signs of dropping off as of late.
Last week inflation data disappointed, average earnings figures had dropped off and retail sales figures rounded off the week coming out much worse than expectations.
Sterling exchange rates have been holding their ground over the past few weeks, mainly due to U.K economic data being fairly solid despite predictions that the economy would drop off dramatically post referendum.
The issue we are starting to see at the moment is that should economic data start to come out negatively whilst we have the uncertainty of brexit talks hanging over the head of the U.K the Pound may well start to have a tough time of things again, and those looking to purchase foreign currency with the Pound may wish to start considering their options or hedging their risk.
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