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GBP/EUR - British Pound Euro

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Priyanka Ji
Priyanka Ji

FREE CALLS 877 0 35 7941  ... (Read More)

4 hours ago· Reply
Keith Jones
Keith Jones

What are peoples thoughts.   ... (Read More)

Dec 08, 2019 23:50 GMT· Reply
moumous belmour
moumous belmour

go a head sterling go  ... (Read More)

Nov 18, 2019 17:49 GMT· Reply
Paul Cooper
Paul Cooper

The risks of a no deal Brexit have receded and with the threat of do or die defeated sterling should hold current levels. With a general election looming and the fact that the vast majority of MPs want to stay then we may still end up staying (hello 1.35+)  ... (Read More)

Nov 08, 2019 15:27 GMT· Reply
Samuel Alee
Samuel Alee

One week of decent Eu data! Yet euro keeps going down lol! I know it’s on a bearish trend. But surely economical data must benefit euro.   ... (Read More)

Nov 06, 2019 13:52 GMT· Reply
Samuel Alee
Samuel Alee

Due to uk poll suggesting hung parliament, this will have negative impact on gbp! Sell target 1.14 in the next two weeks   ... (Read More)

Nov 04, 2019 23:06 GMT· Reply
Dr Matt
Dr Matt

expecting GBP to fall due to political instability  ... (Read More)

Oct 29, 2019 07:56 GMT· 1 · Reply
gripper tomson
gripper tomson

With no deal off the table at last, sterling is free to climb into the 120's i think  ... (Read More)

Oct 21, 2019 08:28 GMT· Reply
Brian Flanagan
Brian Flanagan

There is always One ( DUP ) to spoil the party  ... (Read More)

Oct 17, 2019 13:05 GMT· Reply
Justin Kinsella
Justin Kinsella

Well done EU and UK!   ... (Read More)

Oct 17, 2019 09:50 GMT· Reply
ian thomson
ian thomson

get this thing over the line today this should surge  ... (Read More)

Oct 16, 2019 07:54 GMT· Reply
Mike Bamber
Mike Bamber

It could easily progress to 1.20 or more as long as Brexit talks remain positive  ... (Read More)

Oct 11, 2019 14:01 GMT· Reply
gripper tomson
gripper tomson

how long can this "bounce" last?  ... (Read More)

Oct 11, 2019 07:22 GMT· 4 · Reply
Jonas Christiaens
Jonas Christiaens

The good thing about the pound utterly crashing would be that the British would have an auto annex to Europe since they would prefer EURO payments anyway  ... (Read More)

Oct 08, 2019 14:12 GMT· Reply
Isaac Mamza
Isaac Mamza

I haven't a clue what is happening here. Where can go and have proper lesson on this adventure  ... (Read More)

Sep 24, 2019 04:30 GMT· 1 · Reply
Paul Cooper
Paul Cooper

Technically should test 1.14 next week. Repeat 'technically '  ... (Read More)

Sep 21, 2019 12:48 GMT· Reply
Keith Jones
Keith Jones

I get the feeling most people on here live in the EU and think the euro is good. Its going to sink. You may not beleive me but I am only trying to help you to not lose money.   ... (Read More)

Sep 17, 2019 18:32 GMT· 4 · Reply
Derru Sinclair
Derru Sinclair

uk farmers will be getting there cap payments at end of month early october nd get paid in euro so less money when exchange to gbp   ... (Read More)

Sep 11, 2019 20:04 GMT· 1 · Reply
George Miller
George Miller

yes but the Italians are having elections also so the euro should be getting weaker. makes no sense  ... (Read More)

Sep 11, 2019 07:40 GMT· Reply
Kieran Mc cann
Kieran Mc cann

How can the gdp result be so good, Germany in recession, boris not getting his new election. And yet the pound is still not rising. Absolutely baffled   ... (Read More)

Sep 09, 2019 15:25 GMT· 1 · Reply
Keith Jones
Keith Jones

The euro will go under soon gbp will go back to where it came from just need Brexit out of the road. Deal or no deal it don't matter. Euro is doomed.   ... (Read More)

Sep 08, 2019 11:47 GMT· 1 · Reply
Benson Matias
Benson Matias

so it's a short lived buy?  ... (Read More)

Sep 01, 2019 22:04 GMT· Reply
Oliver Walker
Oliver Walker

the rise will be short lived as you can see head and shoulders forming  ... (Read More)

Sep 01, 2019 21:46 GMT· Reply
Oliver Walker
Oliver Walker

the pound will rise in the morning. the euro looks weak  ... (Read More)

Sep 01, 2019 21:38 GMT· Reply
Ragophala Esrom
Ragophala Esrom

this is not good  ... (Read More)

Aug 30, 2019 13:05 GMT· 1 · Reply
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