By Matthew Boyle Last week saw the biggest loss for the pound since September of last year- losing around 2% against the single currency. Concerns over the viability of the Astra Zeneca vaccine combined with rumors of the ECB tapering quantitative easing were the main cause, add some profit taking in the market given the […]

By Tom Arnold In a change to recent trends, this week has not been a good one for the Pound. We have seen significant losses across the board and most notably of around 2-3 cents against both the Euro and the US Dollar. This weakness for Sterling has been largely a result of growing uncertainty […]

By Ashley Finill Happy Easter one and all. Before the Easter weekend the UK government began to ease measures on restrictions as planned after the UK had been enduring a 3 month lockdown. Outdoor activities are able to open up again, you can now meet 6 people outside of your household in the outdoor and […]

By Lauren Buckner More than 30 million people in the UK have now received their first dose of the Covid vaccine as the government continues to race towards offering the vaccine to all adults in the UK by July 31st. Sterling remains buoyant on the back of this news and hit a fresh 12 month […]

By Simon Eastman The pound had a more deflated stance last week, seeing weakness across all the major currencies as concerns over the vaccine rollout emerged. With the EU having issues with delivering and threatening to stop exports of vaccines outside the Bloc, the gusto with which the UK has been rolling our delivery out […]

By Grace Smyth This past week we have had various reports shared regarding the lifting of travel bans for Brits who either own second homes overseas or those who are looking to purchase property overseas. So it looks like many who want to buy a holiday home in the sun can finally get their plans […]