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Pound Sterling Live: Currency Forecast Directory for 2017 | 2018 | 2019


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Barclays' 2017 - 2018 Exchange Rate Forecasts

Barclays' 2017 - 2018 Exchange Rate Forecasts


Foreign exchange analysts at Barclays have released their mid-year foreign exchange forecasts that show expectations for the world’s major currency pairs right through to the end of 2018.

Coverage of Specific Pair:

Euro Forecast | Pound to Euro | Pound to Dollar | Euro to Dollar | Canadian Dollar | Australian Dollar | New Zealand Dollar | South African Rand


Institutional Forecast Tables and Views:

Exchange Rate Forecasts BNP Paribas: January 2017

BNP Paribas fx forecasts

France’s BNP Paribas have updated clients with their latest foreign exchange projections.

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Credit Suisse: Exchange Rate Forecasts 2017, January

Credit Suisse update foreign exchange forecasts

Credit Suisse update on where they see major currencies going over the next twelve months.

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Exchange Rate Forecasts 2017 from ING: US Dollar Higher, Euro and Pound Lower, Australian Dollar Sideways

INGForecastDec02

ING Bank’s latest set of forecasts highlights the continued rise in the Dollar against almost all its major counterparts.

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Exchange Rate Forecasts for 2017: Barclays

 

Barclays foreign exchange forecasts

Selected outtakes from the latest foreign exchange forecast and general viewpoint from Barclays.

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Exchange Rate Forecasts 2017: Lloyds Bank

Lloyds Bank forecast table

Outtakes from the November release of Lloyds Bank’s International Financial Outlook shows mixed fortunes for Pound Sterling.

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Foreign Exchange Rate Forecasts 2017: Commerzbank

Commerzbank FX forecasts

Analysts at Commerzbank have updated clients with their latest foreign exchange forecasts for 2017.

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ANZ Foreign Exchange Forecasts: US Dollar to Continue Rising, Worst may have Passed for Brtish Pound, Euro Further to Fall

ANZForecastsOct27

Underpinning ANZ’s forecast is a belief that the dollar will rise because higher inflation in the developed world will halt outflows to emerging markets (EM) which have been propelled by the ‘hunt for yield’.

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