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  1. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    The pound is slightly stronger this morning. Consumer price inflation remained at 3% in January, the Office for National Statistics said.
  2. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Pound boosted today. The Bank of England (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted unanimously to maintain the interest rate at 0.5%. There were hints that rate rises would be on the cards for the future as the Bank of England upgraded forecasts for UK growth from 1.6% to 1.8% for this year. If the economy progresses as forecast, the Monetary Policy Committee highlighted that “monetary policy would need to be tightened somewhat earlier and by a somewhat greater extent over the forecast period”.
  3. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Not really any significant movements in the GBP/AUD exchange rate of late. RBA recently suggesting an interest rate rise in Australia is not likely in the short term.
  4. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Sterling soars The British pound has accelerated to the front of the fleet. Although the UK employment data were constructive, they were not remarkable enough to justify the pound's progress: Investors were buying sterling because it was going up.
  5. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Pound stronger over past 24 hours.
  6. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Not a great amount of movement with the GBP/AUD rate recently - Westpac Consumer Confidence index data out tomorrow which could have an impact on the rate.
  7. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Positive retail sales data in Australia - has boosted the Australian dollar.
  8. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Happy New Year everyone. Compared with end of last year, Pound/Australian dollar at lower levels as we start off 2018. Strong commodity prices have helped the AUD.
  9. Merry Christmas

    Happy New Year everyone. Compared with end of last year, Pound/Australian dollar at lower levels as we start off 2018. Strong commodity prices have helped the AUD.
  10. Merry Christmas

    Hi everyone Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Best wishes John from moneycorp
  11. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Over the past week, the Australian dollar has been more solid - a fairly positive minutes report from the RBA this week helped; as they noted economic growth would remain in 2018.
  12. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    The Australian dollar is stronger after the unemployment rate remained steady for a third consecutive month in November.
  13. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    Australian dollar stronger over the past day or so - positive consumer confidence data coming out of Australia has helped.
  14. The Pound vs Australian dollar

    The big news was on Friday last week as Britain and the EU came to an agreement. EU President Jean-Claude Juncker confirmed that sufficient progress had been made to move on to trade talks between the UK and the EU. The latest talks provided some resolution on the matter of the Irish border and reassurance of EU citizens’ rights. Following the announcement, there has been a lot of scrutiny on the Irish border issue and how, in fact, this will be resolved.
  15. Pound spikes at news of deal on Brexit bill The pound has risen against the Australian dollar following news of a possible agreement on the Brexit divorce bill. Although this is not a final settlement, the “broad welcome” from Brussels suggests that this may be the “sufficient progress” the EU has been seeking. This is one of the key areas – along with citizens’ rights and the Irish border – which will allow negotiations to open on any future trade deal between the EU and the UK. Should you have upcoming international money transfers to make then please visit - https://www.moneycorp.com/uk/campaigns/partners/pio/