Should you expect a change of fortune for the euro?

How to profit from movements in the sterling-euro exchange rate
Thursday 14 Sep 2017 Author: Nick Sudbury
There are many aspects of Brexit that are yet to be finalised, but one of the most serious consequences to date is the fall in the value of the pound. In the period since the referendum sterling is down by about 15% against the euro. The pound is now only worth around 1.09 euros and the last time it was languishing at this level was in 2009 during the...

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