Well it seems nothing can stop Sterling from continuing to fall against the Euro. Today, we saw another 2 cent drop from €1.35 down to €1.33, which means this week alone we have seen the GBP/EUR pair drop 4 cents:
Strong US jobs data today helped strengthen the US Dollar, and investors worried about global concerns caused by the Chinese slowdown are moving out of Sterling into the safe haven US Dollar, pulling the Pound lower against other currencies.
I'll be back in action next week on Monday with a full breakdown of next week's economic data that could affect exchange rates.
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