Posted by Allison on 7 January 2015, 16:35
It’s the time when 2014 comes to an end on the currency markets and 2015 gets underway. How will the British pound manage the transition from one to the other?
Posted by Allison on 7 January 2015, 16:34
Some weeks naturally have fewer trading days than others. We have two of those weeks back-to-back now, so let’s begin by focusing on the first of them – Christmas week.
Posted by Allison on 5 January 2015, 15:22
This week would produce some interesting results – and one was more impressive than all the others. The answers are revealed here so you can discover which exchange rates were best.
Posted by Allison on 15 December 2014, 12:15
Last week was pretty good for the British pound. However trying to make that two weeks’ in a row would not be easy. How did things pan out this time around?
Posted by Allison on 8 December 2014, 16:10
As the final month of the year got underway in the currency markets, the British pound was preparing to see whether it would achieve good results. There were some surprises in store, to be sure.
Posted by Allison on 1 December 2014, 18:41
If we were looking for an encouraging performance by the British pound this week we certainly got it. This report reveals exactly what happened.
Posted by Allison on 25 November 2014, 10:12
This would turn out to be a pretty good week. However there were some results we would rather not have experienced, and our report reveals where the pound dipped below expectations.
Posted by Allison on 17 November 2014, 18:20
It would soon become clear this was going to be a tough week. Let’s find out more about what happened and how badly the British pound would take a beating.
Posted by Allison on 10 November 2014, 16:11
The pound had a reasonable week this time around, but one currency in particular bowed before it. Which one couldn’t put up a fight against the British pound on this occasion?
Posted by Allison on 3 November 2014, 11:35
Some weeks are rather more encouraging than others on the currency markets. Perhaps this week the British pound would get more good results than bad ones?