By Matthew Vassallo

Whilst GBP has remained relatively docile against the majority of the major currencies over the past week, it has continued to find support against the EUR and USD.

By Luke Dyson

As we enter July this could be the last month of lock down with freedom day set for the 19th. With the vaccine program booming…

July 1, 2021

EU Bank Charges

Since the UK left the EU at the end of 2020, many British buyers have been hit with new bank charges when sending payments to the EU, and in particular, Spain. The UK remains a member of the Single European Payments Area (SEPA). According to the SEPA scheme, cross-border payments within the zone should not […]

By Lauren Buckner

With Matt Hancock resigning from arguably the most important office role as Health Minister on Saturday following an admission of breaking his own government rules during UK lockdown volume III, the UK is once again faced with significant uncertainty…

By Simon Eastman

Yesterday saw sterling continue to trade well against the euro following on form the gains made so far in the week. We also saw cable pushing the key interbank resistance level of 1.40 again, levels not seen in two weeks.

By Grace Smyth

This week we have seen the Pound make some nice gains against the Euro and USD, and with no major significant economic events out to cause the uplift…