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Sterling’s volatility is compounded by three factors, global COVID-19 sentiment, Brexit trade talks and BoE policy. It is worth noting that in the 4 years since the EU referendum we have seen Sterling trade in a large range (circa 36 cents against the US Dollar and 26 cents against the Euro). With the fallout of COVID-19 still unknown, the impacts could be felt harder by some businesses.
We have compiled FX forecasts using data taken from over 40 financial institutions in an effort to predict the high, low and mean rates for the next 6 months: covering the phase of negotiations between the UK and EU and the impact of COVID-19.
As can be seen, there are large differentials between the high and lows which highlight the potential volatility that could happen during this period as we ride ebbs and flows of progress and setbacks in the forthcoming talks.
Download the PDF report for the details: Infinity_FX July Forecasts
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