Pound/Euro rates rise to €1.1250

Yesterday was a strange one for the currency markets and GBP/EUR in particular.

Initially we thought it would be central bank speeches that would be driving the market, but has often been the case recently, political events instead dominated proceedings, causing some large swings in the GBP/EUR rate that were largely unexpected.

As my colleague Michael outlined in his post yesterday afternoon, comments from the EU chief negotiator initially caused the rate to slump into the €1.10’s, before more positive comments from him sent Sterling surging higher. This trend has continues this morning and GBP/EUR currently sits at around the €1.1250 mark – this within 1.5% of a 4 month high:

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