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UK house prices in surprise increase

29 May 2009
CurrencyIndex
Nationwide this morning has reported a 1.2% rise in house prices for May.

Expectations had been for a 0.3% drop - so the news has given the UK economic outlook - and therefore the Pound - a welcome boost.

With more key data out next week which could potentially provide trouble for sterling, anyone looking to transfer money overseas should contact a currency broker to discuss the latest developments.

...and Pound drops back down after S&P Rating

21 May 2009
CurrencyIndex
Following overnight gains the Pound has dropped back sharply after the credit agency S&P downgraded the outlook for the UK economy from "stable" to "negative".

If you need to transfer money overseas contact your currency company for the latest developments in a volatile market today.