The Pound has fallen back away from yesterday's 4 month highs. It's often the case that when we see a large gain for a particular rate of exchange, in this case GBP/EUR, the gains are short lived as investors take profits and as these positions are adjusted, the Pound has weakened as you can see from the chart below:
Clients that had got in touch with me and were able to move quickly, were able to obtain trading levels of €1.30+ however the opportunity to do so was very limited, as rates did not stay that high for long.
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I'll be back in action on Monday, with a full breakdown of the economic data releases and other events that could affect exchange rates in the coming weeks.
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