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...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Outlook: Busy Week Ahead for GBP to EUR Rates

GBP to EUR: Sterling off to a Good Start for 2020

The pound has had a good start to 2020 as it seems poised for further gains, particularly against the euro. This is despite a drop over the Christmas period, and at the time of writing, it is at 1.1794. It did reach 1.20 ahead of Boris Johnson’s large majority in the December election, and grew a whopping 5% in 2019. Over the next month, we could see the pound react more to the publication of economic data, as well as reactions to Brexit developments. Sterling...
GBPEUR UK election: Why haven't pound to Euro exchange rates fallen?

Pound Sterling rate: What to expect this month for GBP/EUR exchange rates?

Sterling volatile going into October as key Brexit dates loom The pound to euro exchange rate has been flirting with the 1.13 levels during the last week or so but failing to make headway past the level of resistance. With now less than a month to go before the UK is due to leave the European Union, we could be in for one of the most volatile months in recent history for the currency pair. Concerns are growing that the UK could face a no-deal...
GBPUSD Surges as Dollar Weakens Across the Board

The Pound Continues to Rebound From Its 35+ Year Lows Versus the USD of...

Sterling remains under pressure however, with a slip below 1.23 on the back of the latest consumer confidence figures released from GfK. Highlighting that more than 70pc of UK businesses have confirmed that they were or would be impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, demonstrating the intense impact that Covid-19 was having at the beginning of March before the UK government put us in to virtual lockdown. The stats confirm a sharp decline in the willingness of consumers to make major purchases. Lloyds business sentiment survey...