Recently the pound, as against many currencies, has been losing some ground back down towards 1.55 from the highs of 1.5880 seen in September. Pressure has focused back on the pound in recent weeks with continued speculation that the Bank of England will be extending quantitative easing at its next meeting scheduled for the 8th November. I believe this has been priced into the markets in anticipation and of course should the Bank decide against extending its asset purchasing program then you may find the Pound rebounds. However I personally feel the Bank will act in November and this will keep short term pressure on sterling – sellers of the AUD may get a little more from the market but buyers may wish to take stock of their position as rates are still some 6% higher than the year lows.
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