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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.

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GBP to EUR rate drops despite positive news for the Pound, is this a sign? (Joseph Wright)

The Pound to Euro exchange rate crucially hit a new 8-year low today, after hitting 1.0898 at one stage during today’s session.

This is despite some positive news for the UK economy as today it was announced that UK public finances showed a surprise surplus of £184m in July, which is the first time the figure has been in the black (in July) since 2002, with many expecting the figure to show a deficit.

Despite this the Pound has still fallen and at the time of writing the GBP to EUR pair are trading just over the 1.09 mark. We’re still awaiting the 5 Brexit papers which will provide us with an overview of the Brexit plan and I think that this could move the GBP/EUR pair if the news is particularly positive or negative.

On Thursday there will be the release of UK GDP figures at 9.30am for the month of July, the expectation is for 1.7% so again expect any deviations from this figure to result in movement between the pair.

If you are planning a currency exchange and would like to be kept updated regarding any short-term price movements, do feel free to register your interest with me.

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.

Sterling Euro spikes ahead of elections in Holland – Important day for Euro exchange rates (Daniel Wright)

The GBP/EUR exchange rate has spiked in early morning trading, starting the day off almost one cent ahead of where exchange rates were in trading yesterday morning.

We have the Dutch elections over the course of today and any hints on the result may lead to sharpe market movements for Euro exchange rates.

Personally, I feel that the Euro may be in for a tough time in the coming months but for anyone looking to buy Euros with Sterling you must still be very wary of the few banana skins that lie ahead for the Pound too.

With Article 50 on the brink of being triggered there is the chance that Sterling may suffer a little upon its announcement. Due to this having not ever happened before it is hard to look back over history to see what impact this had on the markets previously so to make a real solid prediction is hard, as it may even lead to Sterling spiking up due to finally having some certainty at least as to what may be happening in the U.K.

For anyone with a requirement involving wither buying or selling the Euro the next 24 hours will be key as it is the first of a number of highly important political votes we have in and around Europe over the next few months.

Markets move on economic data and political stability so should we see the far-right party perform well then the Euro may suffer.

If you have a requirement involving either buying of selling the Euro and you would like my personal assistance both with the timing of your exchange and getting the best deal when you come to buy your currency then do feel free to email me (Daniel Wright) directly on djw@currencies.co.uk with a description of your needs and I will be happy to contact you personally.

Sterling Euro back in a range… When will we see the break out? (Daniel Wright)

The GBP/EUR exchange rate has remained stuck in a range now since the turn of the year, which to me is quite a surprise as there are so many potential market movers hovering around in the news for both sides of the court.

For the U.K we have ‘brexit’ and the triggering of article 50 which we are due to see happen this month unless we have any great surprises. Not only is the triggering of article 50 a focus but the backlash around it from politicians and most notably the potential of another Scottish referendum being spoken about, which has the potential to weaken off the Pound again.

On the other side of the court we have elections in France and the Netherlands, both with the potential of far right parties having a great chance of landing a result and had we not seen the result of the U.K referendum and the U.S Presidential election I would say that I would be surprised to see a shock but after both results in the U.Kand U.S last year I will never say never again.

On top of this, with Greece starting to creep into the headlines again and finding trouble repaying their debt I personally feel that if the exchange rate is going to move out of this 1.16-1.19 range it will be breaking out of the higher end of it.

Many will disagree with me and the markets are made up of opinions, but I just feel that there are more problems within Europe at the moment then there are within the U.K.

If you have the need to buy Euros with Sterling or to buy Sterling with Euros then feel free to get in touch with me (Daniel Wright) directly.

I can help you with getting the best rate of exchange for your transfer along with trying to assist you in timing your exchange to the maximum. You can contact me (Daniel Wright) by emailing djw@currencies.co.uk with a brief description of what you are looking to do and I will be happy to get in touch with you.

UK GDP and the impact for Sterling Euro exchange rates (Tom Holian)

We finally  received the news from the Supreme Court yesterday morning which saw Sterling vs Euro rates move very quickly but the volatility was rather short lived.

Indeed, since the announcement Sterling has been fighting back against the Euro and has gained by over 2% since the announcement which goes to show how irrelevant the verdict ending up being concerning Sterling exchange rates against the single currency.

Since last Tuesday the Pound has gained by 4 cents when Prime Minister Theresa May came out and said that the government would seek parliamentary approval to go forward with the Brexit strategy.

 

Tomorrow morning UK GDP data is due out with the expectation of 2.1% so anything different is likely to cause movement for GBP vs the Euro and I think the data could show that the Brexit uncertainty has not had too much of a negative effect for the UK economy which could see GBPEUR rates break past 1.18.

On Friday Theresa May is meeting the new president of the United States Donald Trump at the White House on Friday and if the talks go well I think Sterling could end the week on a high. However, as we have already seen during the early part of 2017 the markets are very unpredictable at the moment.

Having worked in the foreign exchange markets since 2003 I am confident of being able to offer you better exchange rates than by using your own bank and also with my experience try and save you money by helping you with the timing of your transfer.

If you are looking to buy or sell Euros 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.

Tom Holian teh@currencies.co.uk

 

 

Pound Euro exchange rate remains volatile as Supreme Court decision looms (Daniel Wright)

Today the Supreme Court will get together again after their Christmas break and this means that a final ruling over article 50 and when/how it can be triggered is drawing ever closer.

The market has been particularly shaky on any comments surrounding Brexit and article 50 as we have seen this week already, seeing with the Pound losing ground against every major currency due to Theresa May hinting at plans for a hard brexit during an interview with Sky news over the weekend.

I am in no doubt that whatever the decision is we will have an extremely busy and volatile day of trading and I would be extremely surprised if we do not see a fairly large swing for Sterling exchange rates, which way depends on both the decision and the resulting comments after it.

The reason that it is so important is due to the fact that this decision will have a large impact on whether or not the U.K may aim for a hard or soft Brexit and access to the single market. All of this uncertainty is causing the Pound problems, so it will be good to have a clearer idea on what is happening, however if the signs are that we still may be heading for a harder Brexit then Sterling exchange rates may suffer further.

Personally I do not think this saga will go away anytime soon and I feel that we still have a lot more to come with Brexit, but you need to be wary if you have currency requirements in the coming months.

If you are in the position that you may need to carry out a currency exchange either soon or in the coming few months then it is imperative that you let your account manager here know about it, as we could see Sterling exchange rates move extremely quickly at any time when this ruling is released.

We have a variety of tools here that can help you maximise the rates and on top of this we are watching live levels move by the second all day, so we ware best placed to call you if the market suddenly moves sharply either in your favour or against you.

It costs nothing to register a requirement with us but it may save you thousands of Pounds as we are extremely proactive here and try to act as your eyes and ears on the market so that you can get on with your day. All you need to do is email me (Daniel Wright) on djw@currencies.co.uk and I will be more than happy to contact you personally.

 

 

Sterling Euro exchange rates remain steady as we await construction data this morning (Daniel Wright)

The Pound has remained fairly steady against the Euro so far this year, with minimal movements seen so far, however the market does now have plenty to feed off of in the next few days.

This morning sees the release of construction data for the U.K and this will show us how the construction sector performed in December of this year. With the weather not being too bad in late 2016 I would not be surprised to see the figure come out a little better than expectations, this may give Sterling exchange rates a slight boost in trading today.

Tonight we have the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes over in the States and although this release does not directly impact the U.K or Eurozone it can impact the GBP/EUR exchange rate as with EUR/USD being the most traded currency pairing in the world you can see a huge amount of month shift between this pairing which can lead to the Euro weakening or gaining strength.

Should the Federal Reserve indicate they are still looking to raise interest rates on multiple occasions this year then the Euro may weaken a little this morning.

Tomorrow we have services data for the U.K too and with the services sector making up a large proportion of the U.K GDP (Growth) figures this can be quite important for the Pound.

Personally I feel that the Pound may have a fairly good week this week although I do not expect any huge sweeping moves.

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Sterling hits a 4 week high after High Court ruling, will the Pound continue to climb? (Joseph Wright)

Sterling hit a 4 week high vs the the Euro during yesterday’s trading session, after England’s High Court ruled that the British government will require parliamentary approval in order to trigger the process of exiting the European Union.

Sterling jumped around 1% off the back of this news, and then almost another 1% after the Bank of England kept interest rates on hold, with all 9 voting members of the Monetary Policy Committee voting in favour of keeping the rates on hold.

The decision today has thrown a spanner in the works of UK Prime Minister, Theresa May’s plans of invoking Article 50 before April of next year.On a positive note for Sterling sellers, a delayed and softer separation from the EU is highly likely to result in Sterling strength and that’s what we saw yesterday as Sterling sellers were presented with what may be a short term buying opportunity.

The gains for the Pound yesterday would have been welcomed by many as the currency lost an additional 5% through October. That drop came after an even steeper drop after the Brexit vote back in June which has been a substantial amount of value wiped off of the Pounds value.

There are still a number of financial institutions with GBP/EUR forecasts of parity or close to parity, so it could be that the Pound will return to levels below 1.10 in the short term future and if so, the current rates are offering a good short term opportunity.

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Sterling Euro exchange rates drop off a little following comments from Carney that he may leave (Daniel Wright)

The Pound lost a little ground over Euro exchange rates during trading yesterday afternoon, following comments from Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney suggesting that he may step down in 2018 when his contract comes up for extension.

This may have been seen as the captain jumping from a sinking ship to the markets which may be why we saw Sterling drop off immediately, only to see a slight recovery later on in the afternoon once head of the European Central Bank had also commented about his plans for the economy in the Eurozone.

Draghi mentioned that he felt that the recovery had been moving along well and that he did not feel the need to announce any sweeping changes to this, but I personally feel that it would be a surprise not to see the QE program extended which may weaken Euro exchange rates in the coming months.

We are fairly light on economic data for today however I would keep a keen eye on Gross Domestic Product (Growth) figures for the U.K due out tomorrow morning at 09:30am.

If you have the need to exchange Pounds into Euros or indeed Euros back into Pounds in the coming days, weeks or months then it is imperative that you use an established, efficient and proactive broker for your exchange. I can help you with this personally, I have been working for one of the largest brokerages in the U.K for almost 10 years now and will be happy to help you. Feel free to email me (Daniel Wright) on djw@currencies.co.uk and I will be on contact in due course.

 

Sterling Euro exchange rates spike due to Deutsche bank concerns – Will the Euro get weaker? (Daniel Wright)

The Euro has had a fairly tough 24 hours following the growing concerns over the value of Deutsche bank share prices as they have continued to drop off for a period of time.

The latest on the share price is that it has climbed back a little in early morning trading today and personally I feel it will come back up however comments from Angela Merkel that she will not support a bailout if required will hold it back and lead to uncertainty for the coming weeks and months.

It would be a great surprise to see Deutsche bank actually hit huge trouble but after a flurry of large fines and problems it is no surprise that the bank is finding life tough at present.

There are so many problems around the Eurozone at the moment I am still rather surprised that the Pound is not stronger against the Euro however the uncertainty surrounding what will happen post referendum is of course holding Sterling back.

Mario Draghi (head of the European Central Bank) must have had to replace his broom many times the amount of ‘sweeping under the carpet’ he has to do and my opinion is that next year will be tough for Euro exchange rates.

If you have a currency exchange to carry out now or in the future involving Sterling and Euro then it is extremely important that you have an experienced broker on your side. I will be more than happy to help you for any future exchange, you can email me (Daniel Wright) on djw@currencies.co.uk with a brief description of your requirements and I will be more than happy to contact you personally.