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GBP EUR Rates after ECB Meeting

The pound continues to remain under pressure against the Euro for the two principle reasons of Brexit and a strong Eurozone economy. Brexit remains the single biggest driver for sterling exchange rates and the lack of clarity over where it will end up is keeping sterling at bay. The Great Repeal Bill is being debated in parliament and will be voted on at midnight on Monday next week. This is crucial in terms of getting the legislation through to avoid any legal cliff edge scenarios when Britain formally leaves the EU in March 2019.

Any upsets with the vote should any Conservative party members vote down the bill could see considerable volatility for GBP EUR exchange rates. My view is that the bill should just scrape through without a hitch but it would only take six conservative party members to vote against the party and that could leave the UK in a very precarious position with considerable risk to the downside.

As far as the Euro is concerned the European Central Bank met yesterday and although no tapering to its asset purchasing scheme was made the central bank did signal that it may look to taper later this year. This in theory should help support the Euro going forward and there could be another wave of Euro strength in the not too distant future. Clients looking to buy Euros would be wise to consider securing funds before such action is offered.

There is a ray of hope for clients buying Euros in that the speech from Theresa May expected in about two weeks’ time could have a positive impact on the price of sterling. If the speech is received well there could be gains of 1-2% creating a good window of opportunity for those looking to purchase.

If you would like further information on sterling or Euro exchange rates or any of the major currencies and to discuss how we can assist then please feel free to contact me on 0044 1494 787 478 and ask one of the team for James. Alternatively, I can be emailed directly on jll@currencies.co.uk

ECB decision fails to inspire the Euro

The European Central Bank (ECB) has today confirmed the expected news that yes ultimately they will be looking to taper their QE program. There is a strong belief that the ECB will in the future withdraw the stimulus that they have been injecting into financial markets which have been essentially propping up the Eurozone. With high unemployment and low growth the ECB were forced to act, is now the right time to be scaling back though?

In essence the ECB have been very positive today which has helped further strengthen the Euro. Expectations on the rates for the coming months are now centered around this withdrawal of the QE program and longer term I expect the Euro will continue to rise against the pound. If you need to buy Euros with pounds getting something done sooner on any improvements is more than likely the best way forward.

The next big news will be 24th September election in Germany, whilst Angela Merkel is expected to win comfortably there are no guarantees and this could cause volatility. The UK election back in June was supposed to be a straightforward one with Theresa May expected to win a strong majority, however she didn’t and the rate fell.

If you have any pound to euro exchanges that you will need to make in the future making plans in advance and working to secure a target level can save you much time and hassle. We are specialist currency brokers here to help with the planning and timing of any currency exchanges that you will need in the future.

For more information at no cost or obligation please feel free to contact me Jonathan Watson directly by emailing jmw@currencies.co.uk.

Thank you for reading and I look forward to hearing from you.

Could the Pound vs Euro rate fall in August? (Tom Holian)

We are due to have a big week in terms of economic data from both the UK and the Eurozone which is due to have a big impact on the rate to buy Euros with Pounds.

We begin the week with Eurozone inflation data as well as Unemployment figures on Monday morning.

Both data announcements could have a big impact on GBPUR exchange rates as they are likely to have an influence on what happens to monetary policy when the European Central Bank meets to discuss whether it will look at tapering its current QE programme.

The Pound is currently at the lowest point to buy Euros since late last year and in my opinion I think it will take some time for the Pound to make any significant recovery against the Euro.

The Brexit negotiations have been going on for a few weeks now and as yet it is not clear what will happen in the future. There has been no decision as to whether the UK will opt for a hard or a soft Brexit and this is likely to cause the Pound to remain under a lot of pressure against the Euro.

UK GDP reflected a slowdown for the British economy earlier this week with the release of the second quarter’s growth statistics. The release of 1.7% came in line with expectation but it also highlights that the UK economy is showing signs of struggle.

The Bank of England meets on Thursday and any further signs that an interest rate hike is less likely to happen could cause further losses for the Pound vs the Euro. Therefore, if you’re looking at making a currency transfer soon then make sure you’re prepared.

If you have a currency exchange to carry out in the coming days, weeks or months then you are more than welcome to speak with me directly as I will be more than happy to help you both with trying to time a transaction and getting you the top market rate when you do come to buy your currency.

A small improvement in a rate of exchange can make a huge difference so for the sake of taking two minutes to email me you may find you save yourself hundreds if not thousands of Pounds. You can email me (Tom Holian) on teh@currencies.co.uk and I will endeavour to get back to you as soon as I can.

A year on from Brexit and where next for Pound Euro rates? (Tom Holian)

We are now just over a year from the Brexit vote when the UK decided to vote to leave the European Union and we have just finished the first week of Brexit talks with the EU.

Theresa May has suggested that the UK would look to guarantee the rights of EU nationals living in the UK but a reciprocal deal has not been discussed by the Europeans.

The talks are likely to be lengthy and difficult and as yet it is not clear whether a hard or a soft Brexit will happen and until that is decided the Pound is likely to remain under real pressure vs the Euro.

In the short term the UK is still in a state of political limbo and we are now a fortnight on from the election result and we still don’t have a majority government.

In my opinion I think next week we’ll see a deal reached between the Tories and the DUP and when this does happen I think we’ll see the Pound make some gains vs the Euro albeit short lived.

The reason why I think the Pound will make a short lived gain is that the focus will almost immediately go back to the Brexit talks and therefore I think the Pound will fall following the boost provided by a majority government being formed.

Therefore, if you’re looking at buying Euros it may be worth waiting to see if a deal is reached between the Tories and the DUP.

If you have a currency transfer to make and would like to save money on exchange rates compared to using your own bank then contact me directly for a free quote and I look forward to hearing from you. I have worked for one of the UK’s leading currency brokers since 2003 and I’m confident of being able to offer you better rates when buying currency as well as helping you with various contract types.

Tom Holian teh@currencies.co.uk

GBP EUR Remains Weak ahead of Parliamentary Vote Next Week (James Lovick)

The pound remains on the back foot as the political uncertainty that the UK faces continues to drive the markets. GBP EUR has fallen below 1.1350 after a disappointing afternoon yesterday following the queens speech. Clients looking to sell Euros for pounds are in an excellent position with rates close to a seven month high. It may be sensible to consider securing at these kind of levels as they may not hang around indefinitely.

Focus now moves to next week’s parliamentary vote on the Queens speech in the House of Commons. If all goes through without a hitch then the pound could see a rally as some political confidence is restored in Britain. Clients looking to buy Euros could see a good buying opportunity in the next week. In these markets there are good opportunities that come about so do let us know if you have a future requirement and we can try and help you with this.

The other factor to consider is whether an agreement can be made between the Conservative party and Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). A deal could be in the offing but it is now two weeks on since the general election which does give some cause for concern. A lack of agreement could make things very difficult for a minority conservative government and the pound could see some short term weakness in this event.

UK data is light as we end the week although EU consumer confidence data today and manufacturing and services data tomorrow could see some new direction for Euro exchange rates.

If you would like further information on sterling or Euro exchange rates or any of the major currencies and to discuss how we can assist then please feel free to contact me on 0044 1494 787 478 and ask one of the team for James. Alternatively, I can be emailed directly on jll@currencies.co.uk

The impact of the Brexit talks on GBPEUR exchange rates (Tom Holian)

We are now almost a year on from  when the UK voted with a majority to leave the European Union and on Monday of next week the Brexit negotiations will finally be able to begin.

As the Conservatives failed to win with a majority the likelihood is that they will form an alliance with the DUP but as yet we are still waiting. Indeed, when this issue happened previously it took 20 days for the Tories to form the coalition with the Lib Dems.

At the moment it has not been made clear whether the UK will opt for a hard or a soft Brexit and until this issue is resolved I think the Pound will fail to make any real gains vs the Euro. Confidence is low for the UK at the moment politically and this is why the Pound is struggling against the single currency.

We did see a brief increase on Thursday when the Bank of England confirmed a 5-3 split in favour of keeping interest rates on hold. Inflation is currently at 2.9% and the Bank of England’s target is for 2% so the disparity is why the vote came out so differently from before.

Coming back to the issue of Brexit the key issue for me is that there are 27 member states who want to discourage each other from leaving the European Union and therefore I cannot see how the talks will go well at least in the short term.

Therefore, this is why I think we will see the Pound struggle against the Euro next week.

Having worked in the foreign exchange markets since 2003 for one of the UK’s leading currency brokers I am confident not only of being able to offer you better exchange rates compared to using your own bank but also help you with the timing of your transfer of currency.

If you would like further information or a free quote when buying or selling Euros and would like to save money then contact me directly and I look forward to hearing from you.

Tom Holian teh@currencies.co.uk

UK economic data to impact pound euro exchange rates (Dayle Littlejohn)

This morning is the latest release of retail sales. Last months figure impressed due to the surprisingly hot weather and this months figures are set to show a decline which is no surprise.  However as long as the numbers are released close to the consensus I don’t expect the pound to drop to much this morning off the back of the poor release.

Later this afternoon the monetary policy committee from the Bank of England are set to release their latest interest rate decision. Inflation numbers released last Tuesday gave support for the pound as the figure was released at 2.9%, 0.9% above the Bank of England’s target.

Last month one member of the MPC voted in favour of hiking interest rates and if any of the other 7 members vote in favour I would expect to see the pound increase in value against the euro and recover some of the losses from the shock election result. Furthermore, Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney will address the public after the decision and I wouldn’t be surprised if he confirms the Bank of England will act if inflation rises.

All in all today could be a good day for the pound, however Brexit negotiations are set to start in the upcoming weeks as long as Theresa May manages to form a government, and trying to predict how these negotiations will impact the pound is close to impossible.

If you are looking to buy or sell Euros this year, the currency company I work for enables me to achieve clients up to 5% better exchange rates than the high street banks and other brokerages. I specialise in property purchases and sales.

Therefore if you are buying or selling a property this year and want to save money by achieving the best possible exchange rates but also want help in timing your transfer, get in touch by emailing me on drl@currencies.co.uk. Alternatively if you would like to discuss your requirements over the phone call 01494-787478 and ask to be put through to Dayle Littlejohn. Please note I am not in the office until Tuesday morning due to the Bank Holiday.

The more information you provide me, the more information I can provide you. Below is a list of what I require: your name, currency pair, brief description of requirement, amount, budget, timescales, telephone number and convenient time to call.

Sterling Ahead of Important UK Election (James Lovick)

The pound has fallen slightly lower in afternoon trade with the UK general election now just two days to go. GBP EUR rates have fallen by 0.25% to a low of 1.1428. The prospect of a hung parliament cannot be ruled out and this could create a great deal of uncertainty for the pound. A Labour / Scottish Nationalist Party coalition could in my view prove problematic for a number of reasons and the sterling exchange rates would likely drop sharply. Judging by the number of Labour canvassers that I have seen on the streets I wouldn’t rule anything out.

I am personally of the opinion however that the Conservative party will still win with a majority although that majority may be less than initially estimated. A win nonetheless should see considerable sterling strength immediately after the result. Those clients looking to buy Euros could see an excellent opportunity which may present itself on Friday morning. Considering the recent decline in sterling then it is important to try and look for the spikes when they happen.

Also on Thursday sees the European Central Bank interest rate decision although the mood is likely to be restrained. With Brexit looming straight after this UK election then my view remains that the central bank will want to keep things on hold in case it needs to use ammunition further down the line if the global economic picture deteriorates. Clients that are either buying Euros or selling Euros with pounds are likely to see a hugely volatile next few days. If you would like help to try and time the exchange at the high points then this is something we can help you with.

If you would like further information on sterling exchange rates or any of the major currencies and to discuss how we can assist then please feel free to contact me on 0044 1494 787 478 and ask one of the team for James. Alternatively, I can be emailed directly on jll@currencies.co.uk

Will the pound continue to fall against the euro? (Dayle Littlejohn)

With pound vs euro exchange rates falling back to the mid teens the golden questions is where next? In recent weeks the positive news coming out of the European Central Bank is that unemployment rates are at there lowest levels since the crisis began in 2008 and growth is steady. However yesterday President Mario Draghi was questioned about the quantitative easing program and he failed to give any indication that a cut was on the horizon.

In regards to the pound the upcoming General Election and Brexit negotiations seem to be sending jitters through the market. The feel from the polls is that a Conservative majority is on the horizon which would mean Brexit negotiations will start thereafter. The hot topic is the ‘divorce settlement’. EU officials have stated its likely the UK will need to pay €100bn before Brexit negotiations can begin and David Davis from the UK has exclaimed the UK will not be paying a penny.

David Davis stance worries me and if Brexit negotiations fall at the first hurdle I believe a shift towards 1.10 would occur. If you are buying euros short term I would certainly look to buy sooner rather than later and remove the risk. Where as if I was selling euros, I would get myself in the position ready to trade and monitor the market. That’s when I come in. My job is to assist clients with market information whilst having the ability to offer top exchange rates.

If you are buying or selling euros this week, I would recommend emailing me with the reason for the transfer (company goods, property purchase), your timescales and I will response with the options available to you drl@currencies.co.uk. Alternatively if you would like to discuss your requirements over the phone call 01494-787478 and ask to be put through to Dayle Littlejohn.

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How does politics affect GBPEUR exchange rates? (Tom Holian)

The Pound vs the Euro exchange rate has seen levels just shy of 1.20 recently after Theresa May announced that she will be holding a snap general election.

Since then the Pound has stayed relatively strong vs the single currency and with the Tories winning a huge amount of the local elections it appears to me that the UK is almost turning into a one party state.

If the Tories do win I think this could provide further support for the Pound vs the Euro as political stability often results in a strengthening for the currency involved.

However, with the Brexit negotiations looming then it could be argued that Sterling could face some pressure as and when the Tories win the general election next month.

The reason why this could be the case is that the negotiations have yet to start and whilst it is uncertain who will be leading the UK in a month’s time there is no point in trying to start any detailed discussion with Europe.

When the talks do begin it is not likely to be plain sailing for the UK as it will be us vs the European Union and various members including EC Council President Jean Claude Juncker has already said he will make things difficult once the discussions begin.

Clearly the EU does not want the UK to leave so it is likely that they’ll make the negotiations both difficult and protracted and this could have a big effect on the Pound going forward.

If you have a currency transfer to make and would like further information or for a free quote when buying or selling Euros then contact me directly and I look forward to hearing from you.

Tom Holian teh@currencies.co.uk