The big question for Pound Sterling at the present time is whether or not it has fully absorbed the negative implications of Brexit.
The Euro is one of the G10 currencies with the most upside potential at the moment according to many market commentators.
A series of higher highs and higher lows is unfolding on the GBP/EUR four-hour chart could be indicative of the beginning of a short-term uptrend.
Foreign exchange strategists at Deutsche Bank have conceded they might have previously been a little to negative on the Euro’s prospects against the US Dollar.
Strategists at Credit Suisse have recommended buying the Euro and selling Pound Sterling in the short-term in anticipation of further politically-inspired weakness in the latter.
Pound Sterling has fallen below another key level as markets absorb the Euro-positive tone communicated by the ECB at their March policy meeting.
Euro bulls must have cheered after EUR/GBP pierced clearly above a major five-month trendline on Monday, March 6.
GBP/EUR lost a substantial amount of ground last week and its likely to continue after breaking below a key trendline on the daily chart.
Commerzbank have updated clients with their latest set of foreign exchange forecasts for the period 2017 through to 2018.
The GBP/EUR exchange rate starts the new month in the early 1.17s having risen from an open at 1.1653 in February.
Analysts at British high-street lender Lloyds Bank are sticking to their guns when it comes to forecasting a firmer Pound Sterling in 2017.
Foreign exchange strategists at Barclays have written to clients telling them they are anticipating a decline in the EUR/USD exchange rate over the duration of the week commencing February 27.
The GBP/EUR exchange rate's recent rally has failed at a key technical resistance level and the prospect for a deeper pullback now looks possible.
One of the world’s most prominent investment banks has confirmed to clients that they see value in betting on a rise in the Pound against the Euro.
EUR/USD surged unexpectedly higher on Thursday, reaching highs of 1.07 but then gave back most of its gains on Friday as it moved back down to the lower 1.06s .
GBP/EUR rolled over at the 1.1828 highs and formed a bearish Three Black Crows Japanese candlestick pattern, which consists of three down-days in a row.
The EUR/USD pair is pushing relentlessly lower.
The GBP/EUR pair completed an a-b-c correction on the daily chart and has since started rising.
The Euro has fallen by nearly 5% against the US Dollar over the course of the past year but is too cheap and should ultimately start recovering.
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