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1.3325-0.0032 (-0.2372%)
As of 12:26PM GMT. Market open.
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    OWAIS
    This level of 1.3356 seems like a very unsustainable peak. It is just artificial.
  • K
    Kai
    More sellers than buyers today
    UK economy not loooking good but it’s going up? It’s getting hyped up
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    sukhvinder
    The truth is there is no deal possible with Europe and all these games being played by Bojo are not going to move the European Union because he wants it so bad. He should have thought about the good Friday agreement before tossing it in the bin and making unreasonable demands. Those of you thinking that Cummings going was a sign a misguided he just #$%$ off Bojo?s girlfriend.
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    Kai
    Historically, when GBP falls in value, companies within the FTSE 100 gain in value. For example, in the three months following the EU referendum in 2016, the FTSE 100 gained over 10%, whilst GBP fell over 12% against the US dollar

    Today the FTSE 100 is going up so I’m expecting GBP/USD to fall down today
  • b
    be_accurate
    Just as accurately predicted, the share price continues to surge ahead - now up 3.5% in a single day. What a bargain those shares at $4.01 and $4.05 turned out to be. Just as I accurately stated at the time!!!
  • b
    bas
    Back to 1.29 again it’s a trend when will you all learn
  • L
    Lisakirk924
    wos great job stocks
  • s
    sukhvinder
    UK government borrowing hit its highest over the summer since records began in the early 1990s, just as chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled more spending plans.
    UK government borrowing hit its highest over the summer since records began in the early 1990s, just as chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled more spending plans.
    finance.yahoo.com
  • S
    S
    It’s a myth that this is even touching green
  • s
    sukhvinder
    It appears that Boris is so desperate with a no deal that he is seeking to break the law and renegade on the brexit agreement.
  • m
    martin
    It is far away from weak currency. If there is no deal this means buying things from UK will mean a lot of taxes. While this is going down GBP/Eur or GBP/Usd people are happy for this as they can buy more from UK, on the other hand their 10million immigrants take their salary out of the country converting in low exchange courses, UK is losing lower like this, while imports are negotiable. If this makes any sense. The economy is stronger with weaker pound!
  • t
    tom
    MONDAY OPEN AT 1.35
  • s
    sukhvinder
    It is finally dawning on people that the UK is leaving the European Union with no deal. Load up on the options this should be fun ride.
  • R
    Rex
    buy or sell now ?
  • J
    Jonathan
    What happens first....do we get to $1.20 and below or rise back above $1.30? Interested in folks' directional insights.
  • S
    Sukhvinder
    Homelessness at highest, debt rampant, wages spiralling downwards, collapse of major companies, exports falling, banking departing London and the £ still moving up. No basis or rationale for raises.
  • b
    bas
    1.31 within a few hours
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    martin
    Cant wait for the day 1 pound is = to 1 dollar ,Americans. will be buying all the real estate manors ,& castles in England
  • A
    Anonymous
    pound pushed up by Bank of England monetization
  • R
    Raed
    GBP is down since currency investors are buying long term crude fuel at current unbelievable low prices