Latest 10 news items tagged Pound Euro Exchaneg Rate from our financial blog...
Pound to Euro Rises, UK Hopes to 'Turn the Tide' of the Coronavirus in 12-Weeks
Published: 20 Mar at 5 PM 2020
The Pound Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate recovered from its 11-month lows against after the Bank of England (BoE) cut its interest rates to an all-time low of 0.1%. The Bank also announced £200bn of money creation to help the UK’s economy throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Tom Stevenson, an Analyst at Fidelity International, commented ‘Britain is now a whisker away from the negative interest rate club.’
‘Rates have never been this low in the more than 300-year history of the Bank of England. Purchases of government and...
Pound Euro (GBP/EUR) Exchange Rate Falls as Markets Fear Hung Parliament
Published: 12 Dec at 4 PM 2019
The Pound Sterling Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate was volatile, as British voters took to the polls on Thursday, leaving the pairing trading around €1.1819.
Over the course of the week, the Pound has been buoyed by Brexit optimism reaching a two-and-a-half-year high against the single currency.
Overnight, GBP volatility increased to the highest level seen since the 2016 Brexit referendum, and it is likely the Pound will move sharply once the election results are in.
Jitters were sent through the market after a YouGov poll on...
British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Knocked from 6-Month Best as Markets Digest Election News and Ecostats
Published: 12 Nov at 1 PM 2019
Following a jump in demand for the Pound yesterday, the British Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate has seen more mixed movement today. Investors sold the pair from its best levels overnight, but UK election hopes and mixed Eurozone data have meant that its losses are limited.
As a result, GBP/EUR is on track to have sustained most of the gains seen in recent weeks. Last week saw modest gains for GBP/EUR, as the pair advanced slightly from 1.1583 to 1.1595 throughout the week.
This week’s gains have been more solid so far....
British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Surges on Hopes for Formal Brexit Delay
Published: 23 Jan at 4 PM 2019
Due to a stream of disappointing Eurozone ecostats published over the past week, the British Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate surged towards the end of Wednesday’s European session on the latest Brexit speculations.
Despite mixed demand for Euro rivals, a weaker economic outlook has left the shared currency without strong support. GBP/EUR surged from 1.1196 to 1.1328 last week on Brexit hopes and have already climbed to trend near a high of 1.1490 at the time of writing this week. This was the best level for GBP/EUR for over two...
British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Unable to Hold 6-Month-Best on Brexit Uncertainties
Published: 14 Nov at 11 AM 2018
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Despite some broad uncertainties about whether a UK-EU Brexit deal could make it past UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s own government cabinet, let alone all of UK Parliament, the British Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate continues to trend relatively closely to its best...
British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Tests 6-Month-Best on Speculation of Incoming Brexit Deal
Published: 13 Nov at 5 PM 2018
In what is shaping up to be a pivotal week for the Brexit process, the British Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate has fluctuated in recent sessions as mixed reports give investors a mixed idea of how likely a Brexit deal is to be made in the coming sessions. Brexit focus is only likely to strengthen in the coming days.
Since opening this week at the level of 1.1442, GBP/EUR has trended both lower and higher. GBP/EUR dipped to a weekly low of 1.1401 on Monday, before rebounding and touching on a fresh six month high of 1.1511 on...
British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Slips as UK Jobs Data Fails to Impress Economists
Published: 12 Jun at 3 PM 2018
Investors briefly perceived Britain’s latest job market results as optimistic, but the British Pound to Euro exchange rate weakened towards the end of Tuesday’s session as investors firmed in the Euro ahead of Thursday’s anticipated European Central Bank (ECB) policy decision. The bank is expected to address the withdrawal of its quantitative easing (QE) program.
Due to easing political jitters in the Eurozone, the Euro saw broadly stronger demand last week and this dragged GBP/EUR down from 1.1445 to 1.1387. GBP/EUR has...
Pound Euro (GBP/EUR) Exchange Rate Fluctuates as UK Labour Market Continues to Tighten
Published: 15 May at 5 PM 2018
- UK Unemployment Holds at 42-Year Low – Pound Euro (GBP/EUR) Exchange Rate Struggles to Capitalise -
The Pound Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate fluctuated on Tuesday, struggling to capitalise on a run of upbeat UK labour market readings.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), wage growth in the UK has finally exceeded consumer price inflation (the first time in over a year), with a recorded rise of 2.9% in the three months to March.
Beyond this, unemployment held its ground at the 42-year low of 4.2%, with a...
British Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Trends Near Worst Levels Despite Slowing Eurozone Inflation
Published: 3 May at 4 PM 2018
Thursday’s data gave investors little reason to buy the British Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate. As the latest UK services stats worsened Britain’s short-term economic outlook, it had a bigger downside effect on GBP/EUR despite the Eurozone’s latest inflation disappointment.
Ultimately, due to weakness in both the Pound and the Euro, GBP/EUR has only seen modest losses this week. GBP/EUR opened the week at the level of 1.1357 and touched on a month and a half low of 1.1328 on Wednesday. Since then the pair has largely...
Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Rises 0.3% ahead of Key UK PMI Data
Published: 30 Apr at 5 PM 2018
GBP/EUR Update: Pound to Euro Exchange Rate Rises Thanks to Pre-PMI Optimism
On a relatively quiet data day, the recent Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate rise has been caused by GBP trader optimism about upcoming UK PMI activity readings.
Outside of the speculation for PMI readings, the Pound has also appreciated because of reports of rising business optimism.
A Lloyds Bank survey has shown that over half of surveyed businesses are more confident about economic conditions now compared to three months ago.
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