Also pushing the Pound lower are the ongoing negotiations in Brussels, where David Cameron is currently trying to garner support for his EU reforms. You can read about these events in more detail elsewhere such as the BBC website. For the currency markets, what it means is continued uncertainty. Talks are very fragile to say the least, and currently it still looks 50/50 as to whether the UK will vote to remain in the EU.
Markets hate uncertainty, and this is reflected in today's fall for Sterling as you can see from the GBP/EUR chart below, showing the drop from €1.30 to €1.2835. I think the rate could continue falling for the rest of the week.
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