Posted by Allison on 4 January 2017, 13:13
It’s almost time for Christmas once again, so how would the British pound do this week, as we get ready for the big day?
Posted by Allison on 4 January 2017, 13:11
This week would turn up some interesting results for the British pound. But would they be good or bad for its standing against other currencies? We would soon find out.
Posted by Allison on 12 December 2016, 14:27
This felt like a week where the British currency was treading water. We had the odd piece of good news here, and some bad news there. But there was no real pattern or direction to any of it, it seemed.
Posted by Allison on 6 December 2016, 16:30
The picture the British pound has painted over the past couple of weeks has been more encouraging. Would this week tell a similar story?
Posted by Allison on 29 November 2016, 15:19
Sometimes it’s hard to gauge whether a week will be good or bad. This week, we got a pleasant surprise when we saw how the British pound had performed.
Posted by Allison on 29 November 2016, 15:17
It is rare to come across a good week for the pound at present. This week showed once again how challenging it is for the pound to do well, so would we have all bad results here or something different?
Posted by Allison on 15 November 2016, 18:17
Sometimes, a week of trading can start in the worst-possible fashion, yet finish in a very different manner. This week we would see how this could happen, as it did for the British pound.
Posted by Allison on 7 November 2016, 16:00
After some hard times, the pound did better this week – mainly due to the outcome of a court case regarding the Government’s ability to push through the Brexit vote. Drama ensued on all counts.
Posted by Allison on 31 October 2016, 16:43
The day-to-day workings of the currency markets are always hard to fathom. But would the British pound manage to put together a more encouraging performance early on this week?
Posted by Allison on 24 October 2016, 16:38
We should perhaps know the pattern by now. We were certainly going to be ready for some more hard work for the British pound, but would any work be enough?