Ryan Kenny 28 December 2018
Each year brings a mix of events that sway the currency markets.
In a year where Brexit developments have taken centre stage, 2018 proved slow-going for the pound. Sterling’s stayed between €1.099 and €1.159, a relatively narrow range.
While this might not seem too broad, exchanging €250,000 for that dream home in the sun could have cost you £11,776 more.
With the Brexit cloud still looming, where will the pound go this year? And looking further afield, what else could move exchange rates?
To give you an idea of what to expect, we survey some of the UK’s leading investment experts to find out what might lie in store.
The Sterling Outlook 2019 report will reveal:
- Predictions for sterling/euro and sterling/US dollar in 2019
- What could impact currency markets next year
- 10 key events that changed the currency markets in 2018
- How to make significant savings when exchanging your money
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The outlook and forecasts are the views of the survey participants, not Hargreaves Lansdown. They are information only and should not be read as personal advice. It is also not a recommendation to buy or sell any of the currencies mentioned. Past performance is not a guide to the future.
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