Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Down More Than 1% at Week End

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...
Will Pound to Euro Fall to 1.02 in Coming Weeks?

Will Pound to Euro Fall to 1.02 in Coming Weeks?

With so many now betting against the pound, the question seems to be how much will the pound fall by, rather than if the pound will fall. Whilst the pound received some welcomed support last week, many still expect pound to euro and pound to dollar to target much lower levels over the coming weeks. Karen Jones, Head of Technical Analysis for currencies, commodities and bonds and Commerzbank thinks pound to euro will target 1.1037 shortly, and technical analyst colleague Axel Rudolph is looking for...
Pound Sterling Forecast – Could the Pound Fall Lower Still?

Pound Sterling Forecast – Is GBP Likely to Stage a recovery?

Sterling has been struggling to maintain its strength lately as investors become increasingly concerned over the outlook ahead. The potential for the pound sterling forecast to weaken is a real possibility with various concerns over which may threaten its strength. In order for the pound to stage a recovery soon we will perhaps need to see shift in sentiment to the British currency which has so far been on a losing streak. Against the US dollar and Euro the pound has lost around 3% this...
Pound to Euro Under Pressure as BoE Consider Stimulus

Pound to Euro Under Pressure as BoE Consider Stimulus

Pound to euro and pound to dollar remain trading at 1.11 and 1.22 respectively but the pound fell to a new 7 week low against the euro during yesterday’s trading as the yield that is returned on UK government debt dropped below 0 percent for the first time ever and expectation for the Bank of England to cut interest rates below zero for the first time in history increased. On Wednesday the Debt Management Office auctioned £3.75 billion of government bonds for maturity in 2023...
Pound to Euro Under Pressure; When Will this Improve?

Why is the Pound to Euro Rate Falling? Will it Continue?

U.K jobless claims were released in early morning trading today, much like many economic data releases the figures were posted at an earlier than usual 07:00, we normally would see a release such as this out at 09:30. The figures, as expected were not particularly great reading for the U.K economy however there was a slight surprise in the fact that the official unemployment rate came in at 3.9% as opposed to the 4.3% which had been expected. This news shows that employment was at a...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Inches Higher

Pound to Euro Rate Falls 1 Percent as Brexit Talks Remain Gridlocked

The pound to euro exchange rate fell more than 1 percent during Friday’s trading, closing the week at 1.1200 against the euro and 1.2112 against the US dollar. GBPEUR saw its worst week in nearly two months as the pound fell nearly 2.5 percent, and GBPUSD saw similar losses. Sterling was the worst performing of the G10 currencies as the pound was hit by fears of Covid 19 and Brexit risks. On Friday, Brexit tensions sent the pound tumbling as the UK and EU remained...
Pound Sterling Forecast – How will GBP perform in August?

Pound to Euro Exchange Rate – Further Losses Ahead?

Sterling exchange rates have lost a little ground against most major currencies over the course of the trading week, most notably hitting a 5 week low against the Dollar during yesterday’s afternoon trading session. It seems that global sentiment is starting to slip again, and fears of a second wave of COVID-19 along with a major global recession are leading investors to batten down the hatches and take cover which is leading to some Sterling weakness. For those that were following Sterling exchange rates...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Inches Higher

Pound to Euro: Multiple Pressures Send the Value of Pound Lower

The pound fell sharply during yesterday’s trading as multiple pressures built on the UK currency. The pound to euro exchange rate is now trading at 1.1280, and 1.2189 against the US dollar, compared to 1.1460 against the euro and 1.2380 against the US dollar one week ago. Brexit trade negotiation uncertainty, Bank of England policy, and the UK’s slow exit from lockdown have all weighed on the UK currency. The pound had been holding firm but since the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rates: UK GDP Released this Morning

Pound to Euro Exchange Rates: UK GDP Released this Morning

The pound to euro exchange rate has fallen lower with rates falling to a low of 1.1292 for GBPEUR this morning whilst the pound to US dollar exchange rate has also fallen to a low of 1.2250. The pound has found some support following the UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP) numbers released first thing this morning. The data showed the UK economy contracted 2% in the first quarter but there was a noticeable sharp fall in the march numbers as to be expected. The...
Will the Pound Continue to Fall?

Pound Sterling Forecast – Where Next for Sterling?

The pound has begun this week in mixed fashion, trading neither particularly higher or lower on the speech delivered by Boris Johnson over the weekend speech which spelled out the path ahead in easing the lockdown restrictions. The currency market has proceeded rather cautiously as so far as we have very little change in the current circumstances and there is still the possibility of a second wave of infections. And it was possibility of a second wave of infections which saw sterling losing ground at...