01.07.2016 - The British currency according to our forecast will continue to fall

The price of the British pound after the upward correction resumed its fall against the backdrop of the negative impact of the results of the referendum on the country's membership in the EU. As a result, London will lose the status of Europe's financial capital, and the country's economic growth will slow. It should be noted that additional pressure has had a statement of the Bank of England’s chairman with respect to the likely lowering interest rates in the country, in order to support economic growth. As a result, in the coming months we can see a further fall of the British pound to 1.3000 and 1.2600.

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