Currency Forecasts

Category: General Election


Sterling surges higher as Theresa May calls snap election

This morning Theresa May has announced there will be a snap general election on the 8th of June. Earlier we knew she would be making an announcement and there were rumours that it could be a Royal issue or even…

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Volatile weeks ahead for foreign exchange rates

Wednesday 6th May 2015After a tumultuous end to last week for the Sterling/Euro pair, yesterday we saw rates remain within a 1 cent range between 1.3550 and 1.3650. This still represents a large cost difference when buying a large amount…

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Pound/Euro back to €1.38, will Sterling go up or down?

Wednesday 8th April 2015 Since the Easter break, Pound/Euro rates have seen a very decent recovery, rising from 1.3550 to 1.3800 today, as you can see from the chart below:  Before the Easter weekend, the Pound had come under pressure…

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Sterling/Euro exchange rates & the General Election

Monday 30th March 2015 Exchange rates have been a little more stable in the last week, with the Pound/Euro rate remaining in a 2 cent range between 1.3550 and 1.3750 as the chart below illustrates:  Interest Rates and Exchange Rates…

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How could General Election affect exchange rates?

Friday 9th January 2015 Where do things stand with exchange rates? Pound/Euro is hovering around its comfortable level of €1.28 and Pound/Dollar has stopped falling, for now, and sits around $1.5150. Against other major currencies Sterling is actually quite weak have…

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