Pound could fall as Brexit vote looms - Staying on top of the latest currency news can help you time your transfers more effectively, so find out what you should be looking out for over the next couple of weeks…
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January is a time when many people reflect on the previous 12 months and look ahead to what the coming year will bring. You may set goals for the year, such as exercising or planning a dream holiday. When it comes to financial planning, however, focusing on just one year is not nearly enough, you need to plan ahead for the future.
Mrs May faces a tough few weeks at work as Brexit shows no signs of allowing her some well-deserved festive respite. Her cabinet colleagues lobbied her to delay Tuesday’s Commons vote, and the BBC reported this morning that the EU were unwilling to amend any part of the deal.
Blevins Franks was recognised a few months ago by International Adviser at their annual Best Practice Adviser awards ceremony as the “Best Adviser Firm – Europe”, but in recent weeks the global awards were held and Blevins Franks have also now won the “Best Overall Adviser Firm 2018”.
Now we have the first stage of the finalised agreement on the Brexit deal it is worth considering the likely outcomes, as in our view there are a few hurdles to still get through – some of them more likely than others.
The first point is that the deal has yet to be signed off by the 27 EU countries – we believe this is more likely to happen than not. It then needs to be approved by the UK parliament, which at the moment is an each way bet.
Staying on top of the latest currency news can help you time your transfers more effectively, so find out what you should be looking out for over the next couple of weeks…
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