By Lauren Buckner
The USD has seen significant weakness this week following a disappointing jobs figure on Friday from the States. US Non-farm payrolls (a figure representing the change in jobs within the US economy over the preceding month excluding agriculture) was expected to show…
By Simon Eastman
Last week was fairly stagnant, with a few gains made in the early part after the Bank Holiday weekend, only to see those lost again after the Bank of England confirmation of continued low interest rates into 2023.
By Grace Smyth
Earlier this week we saw sterling gain back some of its losses against the euro, providing some of the best levels seen in around 2-3 weeks…
By Matthew Boyle This month has been a turbulent one – we have seen GBP>EUR rates at a 13 month high sharply then followed by the biggest drop in a single week since September 2020. Since then it seems however rates have remained flat and stagnant. Concerns over the Astra Zeneca vaccine have seemingly passed, […]
By Luke Dyson
As April draws to a close sterling has struggled to replicate its gains found earlier on this month following a sharp drop a few weeks back due to the Astra Zeneca scare for under 30 year olds.
By Tom Arnold As the week begins we see the trend of the back end of last week continuing, with Sterling and Euro fairly stable, but the US Dollar still on the back foot. Europe is benefitting from an increase in pace to their vaccination rollout scheme and a more upbeat than expected view on […]