The Bank of England recently voted to keep interest rates on hold with only one member of the MPC voting for a rate rise.
The previous expectation was for perhaps 2 maybe 3 of the members voting for a rate rise.
This saw Sterling fall against the Euro which had previously seen an 8 year high to buy Euros with the Pound.
UK inflation is a key indicator as to when the BoE will intervene and the next release is on Tuesday morning.
If the data shows a fall then this will push back the argument for raising interest rates and this could see Sterling fall against the single currency. My prediction for a rate rise in the UK is April/May 2016.
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