Download our Quarterly Forecast October-December 2022
Within a month of publishing our Quarterly Forecast the UK’s economic plans were overturned. This triggered volatility in the currency markets but has ultimately been to sterling’s gain. The new chancellor has postponed the long-awaited Autumn Statement to 17th November, after this week’s interest rate decision from the Bank of England.
The market’s recent uncertainty illustrates exactly why it is important to stay well informed about what’s happening with currencies.
Read our latest Quarterly Forecast, for October to December, to see what major banks are predicting, as well as what our experts are saying about 2023 and beyond.
In this report you will find:
- Higher hikes for the BoE’s interest rate’
- The midterms and the US dollar
- Will European industry suffer power outages?
- Most extreme currency predictions on record
Download your copy of our Quarterly Forecast now!
Currency market volatility
A property abroad will be one of the most exciting purchases of your life – but it can carry an inherent risk. The currency markets are constantly moving, so, between putting in an offer and actually paying, the price can easily change. With economic disruption from world events, the markets are extremely volatile.
However, this is easy to control. By knowing what impacts the markets, and understanding how the change is made, you’re in a position to make a decision on how to completely safely send your money, whether that’s a forward contract or a regular payment plan.
So, download your free forecast today to find out what will affect the pound in this quarter, and to understand the risk of currency markets – and how to completely safeguard your money.