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Which currency will recover the most in 2021?

Posted on: 20/01/2021

While we’ve made it through 2020, the road ahead is still paved with uncertainty, whether it’s in the form of the pandemic, vaccination efforts or the UK’s new relationship with the EU according to moneycorp.

You’ll be glad to hear that there is hope for 2021, however much remains to be seen.

Covering a surprisingly robust UK economy, the US dollar in a slumber and Europe’s deflationary issues, the moneycorp guide also looks at:

  • The momentum building behind the Covid-19 vaccines
  • China’s economic recovery
  • Monetary policy predictions
  • The risk to FX markets
  • The year ahead in summary

Download the free moneycorp guide to discover the future of major currencies and how strong their recoveries could potentially be in 2021.

Also see the moneycorp brief guide to why currency markets move, recent changes in the value of sterling, and how to mitigate risk. Read the cost of currency volatility.

Contact MoneyCorp in Dorset: James Tice 07741 800484


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