GBPEUR: Sterling Exchange Rates Sell-off Due to Brexit Concerns

Pound Sterling Forecast: Will the Pound Weaken Further? 

With GBPEUR exchange rates having dropped from an interbank exchange rate of 1.15 towards the end of April down to a rate in the 1.11s at the time of writing this article, many of my clients are asking me about the Pound Sterling Forecast, and whether or not the pound could weaken further still? Add into the situation a 4 cent drop for GBPUSD (1.26 to 1.22) and a 9-cent decline for GBPAUD (1.95 to 1.86) and sterling exchange rates really have had a rough...
The pound to euro exchange rate is once again on the rise, climbing 0.4 percent during this morning’s trading.

Pound to Euro: Further Lockdown Measures and Brexit Negotiations

Will the U.K head into another lockdown? This morning at 11am professor Chris Witty is due to address the nation in what is expected to be a stark warning about the months ahead, and to summarise the position that we are currently in with the covid-19 pandemic. Expectations are that later this week Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also due to follow up with new restrictions and plans for taking on the pandemic and attempting to stem the growing number of cases throughout the U.K at...
The pound to euro exchange rate is once again on the rise, climbing 0.4 percent during this morning’s trading.

Pound Sterling Forecast: GBP Falls as Prime Minister Hints at WTO Trade Arrangement

The pound to euro exchange rate fell further on Friday despite trading in a narrow range following the sharp fall in GBP value seen on Thursday. Those looking to buy euros have recently been presented with a small window of opportunity after a sustained period of little market movement for the GBP/EUR pair. Fears of a No-Deal Brexit Causes Pound Sterling to Lose Value The Brexit trade negotiations resume this week into the eighth round of formal talks following little to no progress in recent weeks....
Pound Sterling Forecast: Sterling’s Rise Against the US Dollar and Euro Continues

Pound to Euro: COVID-19 Fears and Brexit Talks Weigh on GBP

The pound to euro and US dollar rate is once again under pressure, as global sentiment appears to be in decline and the risks of a second wave of Coronavirus appears to also be rising. This has caused the pound to euro to fall to its lowest level since the third of March and at the moment there is little to be optimistic about Sterling. The GBPEUR exchange rate has dropped below 1.10 on the Interbank level on Friday and has now touched the inverse rate...
Pound to Euro Forecast: GBPEUR Rate Higher on Positive Brexit Progress, Could There Be Further Gains Ahead?

Pound to Euro exchange rate: Could Sterling make further gains against the Euro next...

The pound to euro exchange rate stands at 1.1629 today, just 0.17% below its recent 26-week interbank rate high, reached on October 21st, of 1.1649. In part, this is because markets think that there’s a low chance of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit. This is because all the UK’s main political parties, except for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, are campaigning on the basis of the UK exiting Europe with an agreement. Shifting polls: GBP to EUR rate might be affected by UK election campaign shifting polls Next...
The pound to euro exchange rate is once again on the rise, climbing 0.4 percent during this morning’s trading.

Pound Sterling Forecast – Mixed Fortunes for Sterling Exchange Rates Reflecting Uncertainty Ahead

The pound has been particularly volatile this week, rising and falling as sentiment on the key topics at present, Brexit and the Coronavirus outlook, continue to shape not just attitudes to the pound, but also other currencies like the Euro and the US dollar. GBPEUR interbank rates have epitomized this volatility, rising and falling between 1.0946 and 1.1109 on the interbank exchange rate. Meanwhile. GBPUSD has also experienced volatility rising and falling between 1.2516 and 1.2766 in the last week. For clients interested in GBPAUD it...
Pound to Euro Reaches 2-Month High

Pound to Euro Reaches 2-Month High

The pound to euro exchange reached a 2-month high during yesterday’s trading as news of a Covid-19 vaccine and increased optimism of a Brexit trade deal boosted the currency pair. Pound to euro was up more than 1 percent at one point, trading at 1.1250 although finished the day consolidated just above 1.12. Pound to dollar saw similar gains, reaching 1.3270 before holding comfortably above 1.32. The major break was confirmation that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer could soon have a vaccine in place to combat the...
Brexit Uncertainty Causes Volatile Day for Pound to Euro

Brexit Negotiations Remain Key to Pound to Euro Rate

Pound to euro held on to a weekly gain of 1% despite coming under heavy selling pressure Friday afternoon. The pound to euro exchange rate closed the week at 1.0915 having reached 1.1008 the day before and dipped to 1.0775 exactly 1 week prior. The pound is being heavily influenced by on-going Brexit talks and the currency pair is highly sensitive to media headlines and information leaked from sources close to the negotiations. Brexit talks have been gridlocked for sometime as the UK and EU...
Brexit Trade Talks Send Pound to Euro Higher

Pound to Euro: Sterling Strength as Brexit Talks Resume

The pound has started the week off well and truly on the front foot against all major currencies; sterling has seen the biggest daily jump against euro for two months, with interbank levels for pound to euro sat above 1.1250 at the time of writing. With a market move of over 0.85% during yesterday’s trading those that have been waiting for the moment to secure a euro purchase will have had a promising day, but what could we see happen next for sterling exchange...
Pound to Euro Forecast – Brexit Talks Continue, Again……

Brexit Pound to Euro exchange rate: How will Sterling react to Brexit this week?

The pound to euro rate is trading on the interbank rate at 1.1579, very close to some of the best rates for buying euros with pounds since May of this year. Parliamentary drama as Letwin amendment passes When the Asian markets begin trading shortly, we could see increased volatility as the currency market struggles to digest the developments this weekend. The developments include the passing of the Letwin amendment, which seeks to ensure Boris Johnson’s Withdrawal Bill has received parliamentary approval by the Lords before...