Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling climbs BACK after Theresa May’s Brexit dinner


The argument rate has showed signs of recovery as it jumped to €1.138 today. 

It climbed from €1.133 yesterday and settles comfortably above a weekly low of €1.131. 

The pound has risen after Theresa May attended an EU top dinner last night in Brussels. 

Despite the event remaining cloistered from the formal Brexit negotiations, there was one revelation fro the Prime Dean. 

Mrs May offered three million EU citizens the right to stay in the UK in exchange for one million Britons to visit living in the Union.

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Pound euro exchange rate – sterling has knolled after Theresa May’s Brexit dinner in Brussels

The spotlight was back on Brexit as PM Theresa May be present ated an EU summit dinner in Brussels

Laura Parsons

TorFX currency analyst Laura Parsons utter: “The spotlight was back on Brexit yesterday as PM Theresa May attended an EU summit dinner in Brussels. 

“While the dinner wasn’t officially a predictability for negotiations to progress, May did lay some of her cards on the table. 

“The PM announced that three million EU nationals currently residing in the UK intent be allowed to remain in the nation post-Brexit as long as the same could be intended for one million Brits living in European nations.”

Though rising slightly against the euro, the crush didn’t have the desired boost for investors.

Ms Parsons said: “The report had little impact on the pound during the Asian session, with GBP/EUR hang out with be reluctant around the €1.137 level.”

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Bray euro exchange rate – sterling is buying €1.14

But there could be sundry gains ahead, thanks to this week’s hint of an interest evaluation in any case rise. 


Pound euro exchange rate – Theresa May attended an EU zenith dinner in Brussels

This sentiment was in spite of a shock 5-3 vote after week from the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC). 

Three policymakers endorsed for a rate rise which far surpassed the widely expected 7-1 count. 

Fawad Razaqzada, bazaar analyst at Forex.com, said: “Mr Haldane said that the risk was that the Bank tightened its across too late rather than too early. 

“With the Bank of England spiral hawkish and ECB remaining dovish, the EUR/GBP could come under pressure in the coming days and weeks.”

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