Posted by Allison on 20 July 2015, 14:37
The pound always has a mix of good and bad weeks. The question each time is which way things will go this particular week. We have an answer for you for the last completed week of trading.
Posted by Allison on 13 July 2015, 17:12
Some weeks we have to battle for any gains we make, and sometimes even that is not enough. Here we delve into the troubles and tribulations experienced by the British pound last week.
Posted by Allison on 6 July 2015, 15:55
There may be a pun in that title but it points to some reasonably good news for the British pound this week. We are about to see just how well it managed to do against the major currencies.
Posted by Allison on 29 June 2015, 14:25
This week would turn out to be an interesting one in terms of how the British pound would perform. Let’s take a closer look at what happened to see whether the pound had a good or a bad week.
Posted by Allison on 26 June 2015, 14:18
The pattern this week would be impressive indeed. Our report reveals all but you might be surprised to learn which currency got the best results all in all.
Posted by Allison on 15 June 2015, 13:15
This week would be filled with good results for the pound. It wasn’t plain sailing the whole way but there were definitely calmer waters in store here.
Posted by Allison on 8 June 2015, 13:26
This was not going to be the best start to a month the British pound had ever made. However there were going to be some improvements to appreciate here, as we will see in this week’s report.
Posted by Allison on 1 June 2015, 12:42
This week would be interesting to say the least. We have all the results for you here, but expect a few surprises along the way. Would the pound have a good finish or not?
Posted by Allison on 26 May 2015, 17:58
Unusual? Yes in a sense, as you will soon see. Some days were clearly going to be far better than others on the currency markets this week.
Posted by Allison on 18 May 2015, 16:56
It was good to have some confidence back in the markets for the British pound after the election was over. Here we see just how that translated into exchange rates for the pound.