A mixture of a closer race in the latest referendum polls and underwhelming data are leading to a marginally weaker day for sterling
The GBP/THB pair looks poised to move higher, after pausing in its rebound off the April lows
GBP/USD has traded in a four-point range around 1.55 since May and and there is little reason to believe this to change over the coming months.
The GBP/USD is desperately trying to remain above the 1.50 support level as the UK currency feels the heat of the Euro sell-off.
We take a look at the likely prospects for the British pound agains both the US dollar and euro from a technical perspective.
The GBP/USD exchange rate is racing lower with 2015 starting off in the worst possible manner.
Market activity is likely to die off substantially after the upcoming week. But before the market can go on holiday, there is the important issue of the Dec 17 Federal Reserve meeting on monetary policy.
The very latest research on the exchange rate markets has been released and it appears the US dollar has some catching up to do.