Currency Forecasts

Category: Bank of England Quarterly Inflation Report


Pound falls slightly on signs of slowing economy

As Theresa May enters crunch talks with Brussels, the Pound falls and has had a rather poor start to the week.  For a change it’s economic data releases that have moved the Pound rather than the on-going Brexit saga. Of…

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Pound rises slightly ahead of BoE Meeting

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The Pound has bounced back against the Euro slightly today. However against the US Dollar, continued USD strength pushed the rate as low as $1.27 this morning, however it’s bounced back a little this afternoon. Sterling had been trading around…

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Pound drops despite interest rate hike

Pound Drops: We have seen the Pound drop across the board this afternoon, despite the expected interest rate hike by the Bank of England. All 9 members voted for rates to go up to 0.75%. As we predicted in our…

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Sterling falters as interest rates held at 0.5%

Today Bank of  England (BofE) Governor and his Monetary Police Committee (MPC) members decided to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5%. As my colleague Alastair suggested in his post earlier this week sterling has fallen against all major currencies as…

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Sterling gains after Bank of England’s (BoE) ‘Super Thursday’

Friday 13th May 2016Since the beginning of May, the GBP/EUR currency pair has been stuck in a range between 1.26 and 1.27, as you can see from the chart below. Yesterday however, comments from the BoE governor Mark Carney pushed…

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