Euro to pound exchange rate history 2016: Pound to euro exchange rate: Pound is making GRIM history in ‘worst run’ since September

The pound to euro exchange rate is grim reading at present – with its worst levels since September 2017. Sterling, impacted heavily by ongoing Brexit negotiations, dropped for the sixth day running on Monday. Express.co.uk reported how the pound came under “pressure” from stalling talks on the UK’s exit from the EU yet finance experts have hinted their could be a glimmer of hope on the horizon today. The pound is currently trading at 1.152 according to Bloomberg, at the time of writing.

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