More positive developments on the Brexit front on March 13, this time from the European Parliament where it appears lawmakers are looking to push negotiations forward.
Currency markets are accustomed to the idea the Brexit “cliff edge” will be kicked into the long grass by a transition deal so risks of fresh acrimony over the terms of transition could jilt Sterling Wednesday and going forward.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn updated us on his party's Brexit position - and the key takeaway is there is little clear water between the two main parties.
Signs are mounting that the preferred future relationship the UK will seek with the European Union is a so-called Canada Plus Plus deal.
The British Pound was seen as one of the better performing global currencies ahead of the weekend, with markets eyeing domestic Brexit developments and judging them to be positive.
Britain raises prospect of a longer Brexit transition period if need be.
The British Pound has found favour on news the European Union has dropped a draft negotiating clause that had antagonised their British counterparts.
Strategists see the British Pound as a sell as Brexit fears are tipped to make a return, however others warn that losses could be shallower in 2018 and a strong recovery into year-end is still on the cards.
The EU's Michel Barnier is addressing media following the conclusion of the latest Brexit negotiations; and what he has to say has not been good for the Pound.
The Pound exchange rate complex was seen lower across the board in mid-morning trade in London as the Brexit saga took a new twist.
The staunch position of EU ministers revealed on Monday risks inflaming renewed tensions within Westminster, particularly among members of Prime Minister Theresa May’s own party.
A surge in soundbites from Brussels regarding their position on Brexit have emerged today - be aware that this could provide some volatility in Pound Sterling.
Pound Sterling is the day's best-performing major currency following a series of developments that all point toward a softening in the state of play around Brexit.
The British Pound could again be one a best-performing currency in 2018 argue analysts at a leading international financial services provider.
Pound Sterling tipped to go higher in 2018 as Brexit clarification improves sentiment.
A transition deal means a slower journey to a bad destination so if an agreement is struck in the new year, it will be unlikely to boost the economy’s performance.
"Sufficient Progress" has been declared but the rub for Sterling is that Brussels has thrown down another gauntlet for PM May with its Phase 2 guidelines.
Retail sales, "sufficient progress", the Bank of England and traders’ reactions to the “amendment 7” defeat of the government in parliament were the main events Thursday.
The "breakthrough" related rally to higher levels has not materialised for the Pound and Sterling bears are now beginning to re-emerge.
Pound Sterling is seen rising as a deal between the E.U. and U.K. over the first phase of Brexit negotiations has this morning been confirmed. We ask the analyst community where they see Sterling going from here.
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