The Pound has recovered this morning after yesterdays fall. It turns out the 'leaked government memo' was actually from consultancy firm Deloitte and had no input from number 10 or indeed any government department. The Pound has also received a boost on the news that Google will make a major £1bn UK investment and expand its London base. This shows that major international companies are still happy to invest in the UK despite concerns over 'Brexit' uncertainty. The 24 hour chart below shows the recovery in GBP/EUR rates.
So for now it seems the Pound is holding on to its recent gains, and buying levels for the Euro are at much better levels tan they have been.
What could affect exchange rates today?
At 09:30am this morning we have UK employment data which could affect Sterling. Later this afternoon we have a speech by a Bank of England member.
Do you need make a currency transfer?
If you are buying or selling property abroad, or a business that makes international payments, then you could save a significant sum by comparing the rates we could offer you. Our levels are up to 5% better than banks offer, and we also have various contract types to protect against adverse exchange rate movements. To get a quote or find out more about the services we offer, click here or complete the form below.
Labels: Brexit, Currency, Currency rates, Exchange Rates, GBPEUR Forecast, Get the Best Exchange Rates, pound sterling forecast, Strong Pound, When to Buy Euros