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Pound back up... a little

28 October 2009
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It seems that no news is good news for sterling at the moment, and with no major data releases in the UK this week the Pound has crept back up slowly during the last 3 days. Next week's key Bank of England announcement on Thursday could shake things up, so anybody looking to send money overseas may have a window of a few days to look at securing your rate.

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GDP sends sterling plummeting

23 October 2009
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This morning's GDP data has shown a contraction of 0.4% in the economy for Q3, dashing hopes that there would be some growth to technically end the recession.

Disappointing data - and the markets have reacted badly, with sterling dropping around 1.5c against both the Euro and US Dollar.

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