Posted by Allison on 18 August 2014, 17:26
This would not be a memorable week for a good reason. Instead, as the exchange rates proved, it would be a tough one and one that saw the pound lose value in several places.
Posted by Allison on 11 August 2014, 12:36
Some weeks it seems as if the challenges are there wherever you look in the currency markets. It was one such week this week for the British pound.
Posted by Allison on 5 August 2014, 15:55
So which one would the pound be able to improve its position against, as a result of the ups and downs and drama produced in the currency markets this week?
Posted by Allison on 28 July 2014, 13:56
Some weeks it seems as if no real headway will be made at all. It certainly felt like one of those weeks this time around, but for one notable exception.
Posted by Allison on 22 July 2014, 07:50
The pound struggled last week, but this week it seemed as though it was starting to put on something of a fight. Let’s find out more in this week’s report from the currency markets.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2014, 05:36
This week was not destined to be a good one for the British pound. Our report reveals more details but don’t expect to read any particularly good news – it was not there to be found this week.
Posted by Allison on 16 July 2014, 05:33
We are always looking for the good in the reports we can bring you. Would this be a good week, a great one or something completely different? It all depends on which currency you are rooting for.
Posted by Allison on 30 June 2014, 14:14
There were some disappointing results in store for the British pound this week as far as the currency markets were concerned. Here’s more information on the day by day results as we saw them.
Posted by Allison on 23 June 2014, 16:48
Some weeks show the British pound performing far more strongly than others. This would be one of those weeks, as it produced some impressive results in some quarters.
Posted by Allison on 16 June 2014, 16:32
There were indeed some surprises in store this week – but who would they be for? Furthermore would they be good or bad surprises and where would they leave the British pound in the scheme of things?