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What effect will Brexit have on forex markets? | #IGForexChat 2

By on May 20, 2020 0 94 Views

With Brexit negotiations expected to come to a head at the EU summit, IG’s Sara Walker will be sitting down with Simon French, chief economist at Panmure Gordon & Company, and Nicholas Cawley, DailyFX, to discuss how the meeting’s outcome could affect the markets. Join us live and put your questions to the experts.

What will they talk about?
– The ramifications of a ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ Brexit for the forex markets
– Whether the pound and euro are trading at their ‘fair’ values
– The potential effects of Bank of England (BoE) and European Central Bank (ECB) interventions over the next 12 months
– The key pairs to watch in the coming year.

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