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Sterling continues to improve against the euro

It’s been a fantastic week for the pound vs euro, as exchange rates have improved 3.76% and on a £200,000 conversion clients will now receive an additional €8,180.

UK inflation improved to 2.9% on Tuesday which prompted the Bank of England to announce today that an interest rate hike could occur as early as November. Personally I believe that the Bank of England have released this statement in a bid to improve sterling value to try and curb inflation rising higher as the Bank of England have made it clear that the rise in inflation is due to the weaker pound. Therefore for clients purchasing euros I would take advantage of today’s spike.

The next key economic releases to look out for is Theresa May’s press conference on the 22nd in Frankfurt and the German election on the 24th. For more information on how these releases could impact your conversion please get in touch.

Here at poundeuroexchange it is my job to provide clients regular market information, which will help the client make decisions when purchasing currency. As we have been buying and selling euros for 18 years, we have the ability to undercut high street banks which saves the client money.

Property purchases and sales are my area of expertise, therefore if you need to purchase a foreign currency or you are about to complete on a sale abroad, today is the day to get in touch to discuss your options and to get an understanding of how we can save you as much money as possible.

For further information in regards to Euro exchange rates feel free to email me with the reason for the transfer (company goods, property purchase) and timescales you are working to and I will respond with the options available to you and the process of using the company I work for drl@currencies.co.uk.

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Where next for Sterling Euro exchange rates? (Tom Holian)

The Pound made some very positive gains vs the single currency on Friday trading session as the UK posted some better than expected Manufacturing data.

The figures saw an increase owing to the low value of Sterling exchange rates which encouraged a huge amount of overseas orders.

This caused the Pound vs Euro exchange rate to hit as high as 1.0970 yesterday but I think the gains will be short lived as the topic of Brexit will continue to dominate the headlines.

At the moment we are at a stalemate as no clear amount has been decided as to how much the ‘Divorce Bill’ will be. There are suggestions of between EUR60bn-EUR100bn but as yet nothing has been agreed so we are still in limbo.

Next week there are two key data releases for the UK in the form of UK inflation data on Tuesday followed by unemployment data on Wednesday.

Both sets of data are likely to cause volatility for the Pound Euro exchange rates so if you’re considering making a currency transfer keep a close eye out on both announcements.

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.

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

GBP/EUR Ends the Day on a Low (Ben Fletcher)

Having started the day just breaking into the 1.09’s the GBP/EUR has spent most of the afternoon slowly declining down to the low 1.08’s. There had been optimism at the end of last week that we may have moved back to the 1.10 level this week however that now looks a stretch too far.

Tomorrow the day starts with a whole raft of Purchasing Manager Indexes for the EU and individual nations. This data provides an indication into the business confidence and like previous months this is expected to be strong. Therefore tomorrow morning I think the GBP/EUR rate could be back into the 1.07’s like lat week.

Later in the week the European Central Bank will provide their latest interest rate decision, whilst there is nothing expected to change the statement and speech that follows could create volatility. There has been talks over the last few months as to when the ECB may reduce the current stimulus measures with many suggesting September is the time. However President Mario Draghi in a speech last week suggested that it would be December before anything changes. Investors has started to price in the September changes which means if the plan does change we could see Euro weakness. In short tomorrow could see the GBP/EUR drop but once we get to Thursday we could see Sterling make any lost ground back up, potentially returning back to the 1.09’s.

If you do have a question with regards to my forecast please get in touch. When you come to moving large sums of money a movement of a cent can often relate to a significant difference in your returns. Helping you formulate a strategy could make sure you’re in the best position to exchange currency when the market is in your favour, please contact me at brf@currencies.co.uk

What can we expect next for GBPEUR?

The GBPEUR exchange rate has been sliding ever since the UK election result and quite frankly there has been very little on offer to help any Euro buyers, the only news to help was the prospect of the UK raising interest rates. This has now been firmly quashed by the Bank of England and the only thing really for Euro buyers to look forward to is something unexpected. If you need to buy Euros with pounds I think you need to be carefully analysing your situation to work out what will suit you best.

Tomorrow is a host of very important UK data including the latest Industrial and Manufacturing data which will be released around 09.30 am. There is also Trade Balance data due at this time, the overall impression is these releases could lightly help the pound since the weaker pound does actually help these areas of the economy. However overall it is almost clutching at straws for Euro buyers to expect anything dramatic here and it would not be too surprising to see the rate lower.

With Euro buyers lucky to be getting rates above 1.10 the prospect of lower levels is high. A continuing strengthening of the Eurozone economy plus continued political certainty in the Eurozone paints a fairly positive picture for the Eurozone in the coming weeks and months. The German election looks like it will only further support the Euro, Merkel is well ahead in the polls and there more right wing elements in German politics are not getting anywhere near the support to mount a serious worrying challenge for the Euro.

All in all any clients looking to buy Euros should be making some serious plans as their position could easily get worse. The only reason GBPEUR is a little better for Euro buyers today is the the threat of nuclear war! This has strengthened the US dollar and pulled EURUSD down which has softened the Euro against the pound.

It is a mark of how tough times are for Euro buyers that a North Korean nuclear war is the only reason to be positive today.

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

Buying Euro rates falter slightly to begin the day, recovery expected (Joshua Privett)

Now that the election saga has been officially concluded, economic data is pushing itself back onto the currency scene, which has softened buying Euro rates this morning, but there is plenty more to come today, let alone this month.

In the very early hours of this morning business confidence figures for the individual country’s that make up the Eurozone were released. All were positive, and all except Italy had seen further improvements on the month preceding it. The Eurozone is thriving at the moment with the beneficial effects of cheap credit for years and growing uncertainty in other regions driving investment into the Eurozone itself.

Traders noticed. The Euro was up against the Pound by half a cent this morning.

One area, however, which has not been enjoying a similar boost has been the retail sector. Whilst business confidence is high, this is yet to filter into the consumer base. This may take more time, and the sluggish pace for retail spending in the Eurozone economy is expected to be highlighted by retail sales figures for the month of June to be released at 10am this morning.

Expectations are for this to boost Sterling’s standing against the Euro as a country that despite high levels of uncertainty is driving itself forward through heavy spending and therefore high consumer confidence.

The rates will continue to chop and change with the release of economic data over the next few weeks. Staying abreast of these releases and the expectations around them will be key for a well timed transfer.

I strongly recommend that anyone with a Euro based currency requirement should contact me on jjp@currencies.co.uk to discuss a strategy for your transfer aimed at maximising your currency return.

I have never had an issue beating the rates of exchange on offer elsewhere, so a brief conversation could save you significant sums of money on a prospective transfer.

How could tomorrow’s general election impact the Pound to Euro exchange rate? (Joseph Wright)

There could be a lot of movement within the Pound to Euro exchange rate tomorrow, as the results from today’s voting will be released most likely in the early hours of this morning.

Many are expecting to see the Conservatives win a majority and this is why we’ve seen the Pound climb during today’s trading session. The Pound had been under pressure as the election race has got a lot closer recently after looking like a foregone conclusion at times.

Despite these expectations I think there’s a number of potential outcomes and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the markets react to the result in a way that many are not expecting. For example, if Labour win there could be a much ‘softer brexit’ which up until this year would have been considered a good thing, which could result in a boost to the Pounds value.

This is an alternative outcome as many are expecting the Pound to fall if the Conservatives don’t win an outright majority.

During times of market volatility such as this it can be a good idea to set up a Limit Order to try and trade at higher levels, if you would like to discuss this further do feel free to get in touch.

If you have a large 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 (Joseph Wright) on jxw@currencies.co.uk and I will endeavour to get back to you as soon as I can.

How will the pound to euro rate react to the UK election?

The pound to Euro rate is looking ever volatile as we get closer to the UK election with the market trying to find its feet according to the latest trends and themes. Overall the belief is that Theresa May will win and this will see the pound rise higher and closer towards the higher teens. I think 1.20 is out of the question but there is a strong likelihood we could see the rates jump up higher which would present some good fresh opportunities to buy Euros.

Overall I believe that the market is pricing in a higher chance of a hung parliament and a Theresa May victory than will actually occur. This is because markets go their fingers burnt over the EU Referendum and Trump. Therefore markets want to price in the possibility of an unexpected outcome no matter how unlikely it is. If you have a transfer to make in the future making some plans in advance is sensible to try and limit your exposure to the markets.

Overall the big surprise would be losses for the Tories and for Theresa May to lose the election. The market must now price in this possibility but it is highly unlikely to materialise in my opinion. Therefore if you have a transfer to make this week or next or beyond making some plans in advance is crucial to getting the best deal and most from the market.

For more information on the likelihood of an unexpected shock and to receive some assistance with the timing and planning of any exchanges please email jmw@currencies.co.uk to learn more. I have worked helping clients move funds internationally for almost ten years and working as an Associate Director for the one of the UK’s largest independent currency brokerages am well placed to offer some practical support with any transfers.

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

Reasons for Euro strength against the pound!

The pound has risen against the Euro owing to the uncertainty of the French election and the news relating to the UK’s General Election. However this week sterling has slipped against the Euro as it appears Macron will win the election and this removes the uncertainty of a Le Pen win which would unsettle the Euro. Yesterday we had a raft of pieces of news which would support the Euro including the fact a new deal has been agreed for Greece and the news that over the past year Unemployment has dropped by 1 m people and remains low at an 8-year low of 9.5%.

The expectation for the pound is looking like it could easily edge lower in the coming weeks if negotiations with the EU prove tricky, time of course will tell exactly what we can expect. The Euro is looking much stronger and the pound could struggle against this single currency as the economic conditions improve for the Eurozone. Most commentators believe that the pound will rise following the outcome of the UK’s General Election but this is over a month away and much of the volatility could already be priced in to current exchange rates.

If you have a transfer to consider then making some plans in advance is sensible to avoid some of the unexpected news that could move current exchange rates. If you are buying Euros the price to buy Euros could increase as a weaker pound struggles against the Euro which looks to be getting stronger. Despite the likelihood sterling may be relatively unfazed by the election, there is a real chance the pound could weaken. This election is different to previous elections in that there appears to be a very strong chance of the Conservatives winning a strong victory.

If you have a transaction you wish to consider in the future GBPEUR rates are likely to experience a volatile period, overall I expect the pound to be weaker against the Euro for much of May once the French election has been confirmed. For more information at no cost or obligation please do not hesitate to speak to me Jonathan by emailing jmw@currencies.co.uk.

Timing a GBPEUR transfer (Dayle Littlejohn

For clients that are converting pounds into euros or euros into pounds short term, economic data will continue to have an impact on the exchange rate the client receives however more importantly I expect the French election on May 7th to dictate exchange rates at least until the UK’s snap election on June 8th.

Last weekend was the first round of the French election and Macron (Pro EU) and Marine Le Pen (Anti EU) were the two top candidates that made their way through to the head to head. As Macron received 24.01% compared to Le Pen 21.3% the euro has strengthened against the pound. The consensus on the market was that Le Pen had more chance of winning the first round compared to the second.

Fast forward to May 7th, if Macron wins and becomes the next President I expect the euro to strengthen further against sterling, and my opinion I believe this will occur. However if Le Pen pulls through and shocks the world I wouldn’t be surprised to see GBPEUR break through 1.20s and even reach 1.23.

For clients that are buying properties in the Eurozone or have sold a property and repatriating back to sterling its important to understand within the last 4 weeks exchange rates have fluctuated 5 cents and I expect the market to be just as volatile within the next 30 days. If a client purchased €200,000 at the top end of the market compared to the bottom they would have saved themselves £7,250. Therefore it just shows how important it is to speak to an expert within the field before making any decisions.

If you are buying or selling Euros in the upcoming months and are looking to achieve competitive rates of exchange whilst receiving regular economic information feel free to email me the reason for the transfer (company invoice, property purchase) the timescales you are working to and I will respond with the options available to you along with the process of converting currency. My direct email address is drl@currencies.co.uk and I look forward to receiving your email.