Sterling still slipping as post referendum data continues to be poor (Daniel Wright)

Pound to Dollar Rate Drops to One-month Low

The Pound has continued to weaken against all major currencies as had been widely expected this month, as we continue to see poor economic data releases following the decision by the public to vote in favour of leaving the EU.

This decision has led to lots of investors and business’s holding back from getting involved in anything too large until they can see a clearer picture of what the plan is going forward.

We have a fairly quiet week ahead in terms of economic data still to come out for the U.K however European growth figures due out tomorrow morning may well be key to where this currency pairing may head to next.

Expectations are for the growth level to remain steady so any alterations to the expected figure of 0.3% for the quarter and 1.6% year on year may lead to some further volatility for Euro exchange rates tomorrow morning.

It is important to remember that there are still plenty of problems for the European banks, most notably in Italy at present so we still may be set for the Euro to take a tumble in the near future, however the Eurozone are very good at sweeping problems like this under the carpet so we may be weeks, months or even years away from seeing this happen.

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