What will happen to the Pound Sterling to Euro exchange rate as 29th March approaches? Brexit latest

What will happen to the Pound Sterling to Euro exchange rate as 29th March...

Sterling exchange rates have started the week by remaining fairly steady as we enter crunch time for Theresa May and the UK, coming into the last two weeks of Brexit talks. Yesterday, news that the Speaker of the House John Bercow was not prepared to allow yet another attempt at getting a meaningful vote through did lead to a slight drop off in the value of the Pound, but there are still various paths that Brexit could take over the next few weeks. We only...
Pound to Euro exchange rate before Brexit and what will happen after 29th March?

Pound to Euro exchange rate before Brexit and what will happen after 29th March?

The Pound has had a very busy start to the year so far and with two weeks to go before when the UK is due to leave the European Union we could be in for a lot more movement in the near future for the Pound to Euro exchange rate. GBP/EUR exchange rates are currently close to a 22 month high at the moment creating some very good opportunities to buy Euros with Pounds. At the time of writing the UK is still set to leave...
Will GBPEUR see further volatility with the final vote due next week?

Will GBPEUR see further volatility with the final vote due next week?

After a very volatile week of trading for the pound, exchange rates were far less volatile through yesterday's Brexit votes and with little economic data due out today the currency markets could remain a little quieter leading up to the weekend. The pound to euro exchange rate has hit it's annual high this week, when the pair hit 1.1801 briefly before dropping off. That was also the highest level seen in around 21-22 months so those of our readers looking to change pounds into euros,...
GBPEUR increases to a 20 month high

GBPEUR increases to a 20 month high

On Tuesday night, MPs rejected Theresa May's deal for a second time and then last night MPs voted in favour of not crashing out of the EU without a deal at the end of the month. The news was welcomed by UK businesses and this was reflected in GBPEUR exchange rates. Shortly after the vote GBPEUR broke through 1.18 before retracting back to the 1.17s. MPs will now prepare for tonight vote in regards to applying to the EU for an extension of Article 50....
Theresa May loses meaningful vote and Sterling loses value - Two more key votes this week

Theresa May loses meaningful vote and Sterling loses value – Two more key votes...

Last night saw Theresa May lose her meaningful vote once again and this has led to uncertainty for the UK and indeed Sterling exchange rates. Pound to Euro exchange rates Yesterday morning we saw Sterling breach the 1.17 mark against the Euro and traders seemed to be filled with confidence that a deal for the UK could be on the horizon. As the morning progressed Sterling then started to weaken and this was due to news that the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox had suggested that the new...
Brexit updates: What's happening to the pound ahead of the Meaningful vote?

What’s happening to the pound ahead of the Meaningful vote? Live updates.

With the second Meaningful vote due to take place at 19:00 today in Parliament, we'll be providing updates on this page as the markets react to news coming from the House of Commons and the potential impact on interbank exchange rates.
GBP/EUR rate hits new 22 month high of 1.1766

GBP/EUR rate hits new 22 month high of 1.1766

Pound Sterling strength as May claims to have gained concessions on the Irish Border from Brussels Theresa May will put forward her Brexit deal to Parliament today and there has been news she has secured legally binding changes to it at 11th hour talks with the EU in Strasbourg. Mrs May stated changes to the Irish backstop could not become permanent. President of the European Commission, Jean Claude Junker seemed to confirm May's claims and said that she had delivered what Parliament had asked her to...
Pound vs Euro forecast: Theresa May confirms meaningful vote will go ahead

Pound vs euro forecast: Theresa May confirms meaningful vote will go ahead

The UK Government has confirmed that the meaningful vote will go ahead tomorrow, despite fears that more than 100 MPs could again vote against the Prime Minister’s deal. There had been rumors that Theresa May would replace the meaningful vote with a conditional motion that would outline acceptable terms to deal with the Irish backstop. However, this was fiercely opposed by Remainers who expected that the Prime Minister would lose the support of the House of Commons if she didn’t honour the vote. Tomorrow’s vote will...
Speaker John Bercow steals the headlines - Will Brexit be delayed?

Crucial week ahead for the Pound vs the Euro owing to votes in the...

We are now just one day from potentially the biggest day of the year for Sterling Euro exchange rates as the House of Commons are due to meet to vote on the latest Brexit deal on offer by Theresa May. Only last week the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox came back from Europe with little changes made to the current Irish backstop agreement and therefore it looks highly unlikely that the vote will go through tomorrow. If this happens then the next step will be to vote...
Brexit votes in House of Commons; the impact on the pound against the euro

Brexit votes in House of Commons; the impact on the pound against the euro

The pound has been trading close to a 2 year high vs the euro during the course of this week and with just a week to go before the next set of crucial Brexit votes in the House of Commons we could see a huge amount of movement for GBPEUR exchange rates so make sure you're well prepared for what could happen. On Tuesday 12th March MPs will be asked to vote on another attempt by Theresa May to offer a Brexit deal but with...