In Damaged Economy You Can Still Sell Your House Quick
Published on October 12, 2011 | Author: admin
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The pound has weakened against the euro after a report has shown that Britons’ confidence in the employment outlook has fallen for a third month in September. It is now at its lowest level since February, underlining the fragility of the economy today.
Sterling has depreciated versus most of its 16 major peers tracked by Bloomberg, losing most against Switzerland’s franc and Norway’s krone.
Lee McDarby, head of dealing on the corporate and institutional treasury desk at Investec Bank Plc in London, said “There’s no massive reason to buy the pound. The data’s been a bit mixed and has been getting worse.”
The euro has risen against the dollar and the yen after German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy pledged to deliver a plan to help banks and repeated a commitment to keep Greece in the single-currency area.
“There’s a bit less nervousness about the euro zone and the euro is strengthening,” Investec’s McDarby said.
The pound fell against most of its major counterparts last week, increasing concern that rising inflation will erode the value of the currency. With the UK already struggling to recover since the previous recession, the current Eurozone struggles are likely to hold Britain back even further.
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