Retail sales bring Pound back down

28 July, 2011


This morning’s UK retail sales data came in worse than expected – prompting a drop in value for the Pound across the board.

December’s retailers reported a 0.3% rise in sales compared to November, down from market forecasts of a 1.2% increase.

Exchange rates are still much better than 10 days ago for virtually every currency – so if you are sending money abroad, contact Currency Index for the latest rates.