Following this mornings poor UK retail sales data sterling has taken a slight tumble against most of its major counterparts. In particular the loss has been felt the hardest against the US dollar with the pound falling from a high of 1.3943 back into the 1.38s and bringing a halt to a near 8 day rally for the pound.
However should you need to buy US dollars don't be too disheartened as we are still trading at comfortably the highest level against the greenback post Brexit. In fact the move over the last week has been significant with sterling posting gains in excess of 3.3% since the 11th January - on a transfer of £200k into USD this is a difference of over $9k between the high and low during this time.
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