Euro Could Sink Against Us Dollar as ECB Tipped for an Interest Rate Cut

Pound to Euro rate: Will the ‘Boris Bounce’ last and what will the European...

Pound movement driven by Boris Johnson's election as Prime Minister The pound to euro exchange rate has made slight gains. Sterling has also moved against all major currencies in the past two days in what has been coined as the 'Boris Bounce'. Realistically nothing major has changed as of yet but this has bought a little political certainty for the UK and now investors at least know who is running the country for the time being at least. With MP's due to go on summer recess...
GBPEUR: Will the Pound Bounce Back This Week?

Pound to Euro rates stuck under 1.12 as investors wait for substantial news on...

Recession and Bank of England interest rate fears The pound to euro exchange rate has been rangebound, operating in a fairly narrow band, as the market awaits some more concrete news regarding the latest outlook on Brexit. Brexit remains the main source of discussion for the pound although other factors have captured headlines too in recent weeks, including the prospect of the Bank of England cutting interest rates, and also whether the UK is headed for recession. Welcome rates for Euro sellers This is great news for...
GBPEUR Exchange Rate Forecast: Pound-Euro Rates Remain at Higher Ranges but for How Long?

Pound to Euro exchange rates: Will GBP/EUR rates fall again as Brexit uncertainty increases?

Pound to Euro rates struggle GBP/EUR rates have fallen to a low of 1.1121 today, with the pound struggling to make any inroads against the EUR so far this week. In truth, GBP/EUR have remained extremely rangebound over the past couple of weeks, with no clear trend being defined following the pound's downturn last month. With Boris Johnson now the overwhelming favourite to take up the position in number 10 when the final results are in on July 22, it will be interesting to see how...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate: Euro Looks to Edge Over GBP as Coronavirus Ups the Pressure on Sterling

Pound to Euro Exchange rates forecast: Will GBP/EUR rise or fall this week?

Lack of Brexit clarity keeps GBP/EUR rates volatile The pound to euro exchange rate has been oscillating in a fairly tight range as the lack of clarity on key issues, forces the market to avoid making any big bets. Currently, the market is eagerly seeking some clarity on Brexit, to find out which way sterling will trend. The euro has been fractionally weaker in the last week, as investors await further news on possible shifts in sentiment relating to whether or not the ECB (European...
Pound to Euro Under Pressure; When Will this Improve?

Pound to Euro forecast: All eyes on Boris

Boris in the headlines Much of the news this weekend has centred on the row between prospective Prime Minster Boris Johnson and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds last week which blew up when police were called to the scene after neighbours recorded the argument and contacted the police. The development is topical and relevant for the for GBP vs EUR pair as some will argue it could reduce Boris Johnson's chances of becoming Prime Minster. Others state the fact that the argument shouldn't have been recorded...
GBPEUR: Sterling Exchange Rates Sell-off Due to Brexit Concerns

Pound to Euro exchange rates: Sterling volatility as Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt do...

Who will be the next Conservative Leader? We probably know the answer to this question, our Marmite politician Boris Johnson. The pound to euro exchange rates are volatile, under pressure from the uncertainty of the Tory leadership contest which is now in its final stage. His position to become PM further strengthened as Michael Gove and Sajid Javid became the latest contenders to be eliminated. Only two candidates remain with Jeremy Hunt battling to beat Boris Johnson to number 10. Whilst Boris is clearly the favourite,...
Will Pound to Euro Fall to 1.02 in Coming Weeks?

Pound euro at three month lows after Theresa May announces resignation

Pound under pressure after Theresa May resigns The pound to euro rate has once again endured a difficult week. GBP/EUR exchange rates are now trading at their lowest level in 3 months. The pound has struggled owing to the political uncertainty at the moment after Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday. She has given herself two weeks to leave, after which the process of electing the next Tory leader will begin. Two of the front runners for job are Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom, both of...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Vulnerable After Latest Brexit Talks Reach a Stalemate

Brexit timeline – Key Brexit dates and events

Updated: 7th March 2019 Join us as we take a journey along the Brexit timeline, highlighting the key Brexit dates and events that have impacted the pound the most. Cast your mind back to July 2015 – these were halcyon days for the pound, which hit a seven and a half year high (€1.44) against the single currency. Holidaymakers and overseas property buyers were left rubbing their hands together, blissfully unaware that the Brexit vote was less than a year away. Back then our departure from...
Pound to US Dollar exchange rate supported after Gridlock in UK Parliament

Brexit Negotiations: The Key Players

Political leaders, maverick Leave campaigners and those involved in Brexit negotiations, who have been entrusted to steer the good ship Brexit through stormy waters: our departure from the EU is as much about the individuals who are shaping Britain’s future as the issues that got us here in the first place. So, who are key players in the Brexit saga? Those people who have been responsible for the entire timeline so far – from the announcement of the referendum and the commencement of the campaign...
Brexit Negotiations Remain Key to Pound to Euro Rate

What is Brexit?

Any mention of Brexit is enough to up our anxiety levels, as experts inform us that economic growth, employment and trade could suffer. In fact, the whole issue is as confusing as it is worrying. So much so that most people would probably prefer to discuss astrophysics than try to explain Brexit. As the negotiation process rumbles on and 29 March 2019 draws ever closer, key issues remain unresolved: UK-EU borders, customs arrangements, free movement of people... the list goes on. For the pound –...