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Pound Sinks On Brexit Battering Triggered By No Deal Threats

The long-suffering Pound is still taking a Brexit battering as Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatens Britain will leave the European Union come what may...

Countries Where Sterling’s Not Taking A Pounding

The value of the British Pound has steadily dropped in the past three months, impacting expat spending power. At the start of May, the exchange...

Central Banks Accused of Currency War Conspiracy

A conspiracy theory doing the rounds of foreign exchange markets is claiming the world’s leading central banks have shaken hands on a secret deal...

Are You A Victim Of The Currency Wars?

If you’re an expat, it’s likely you’re the victim of a hush-hush currency war without even knowing. Currency wars are taking place all over the...

Shock ECB Stimulus Package Fires Up Markets

Shares jumped in the New York, London and Europe as the European Central Bank surprised the markets with a new raft of measures aimed...

Currency Exchange Rates According To Burgernomics

If only economic theory was as simple as burgernomics – a straightforward guide to working out whether a currency is under or overvalued against...

FX Firm Rapped For Misleading Money Rates And Fees

Advertising watchdogs have warned a foreign currency exchange firm to change misleading rates displayed to customers. Moneycorp handed out leaflets to visitors to a property...

Protecting Expat Cash Against Currency Risks

Fast moving currency exchange rates can make all the difference to the spending power of expats. Predicting the ups and downs of a pension paid...

Expats Running Out Of Time To Start Mortgage Claims

Expats in Cyprus caught up in the Swiss Franc mortgage scandal are running out of time to trigger a legal challenge against their lenders. A...

Euro Unlikely To Bounce Back Against The Dollar

Expats paid in US dollars or the euro can expect to see huge changes in their fortune over the coming months, according to foreign...

What is the European Economic Area?

The European Economic Area or EEA is a group of countries that allow the free movement of people, goods, services and finance within the...

Grim Greeks Face Bleak Eurozone Future

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has pledged pensions and salaries will be paid despite bank cash machines starting to run out of cash. Displaying a...

Eurozone Finally Pulling Out Of Downward Spiral

After years stuck in the doldrums, the Eurozone economy is finally showing signs of recovery, according to financial analysts. The decisive move was the European...

Expat Exchange Rates – May 2015

Expats need to keep an eye on foreign currency exchange rates to make sure they are getting value for money. Forex rates can be so...

Currency Volatility Bolsters Flagging Global Economy

Currency exchange rate fluctuations are likely to bolster the global economy as countries start to see their growth paths diverge, says the International Monetary...

Lifeline For Thousands Of Expats With Homes At Risk

Distraught home owners facing financial ruin are about to be thrown a lifeline by the government in Cyprus. As the Mediterranean island struggles with coming...

European House Prices Nudge Down

House prices across the European Union fell by an average 0.6% in the first three months of the year. But homes in the single currency...

Spain Wants To Licence Holiday Home Rentals

A proposal from the Spanish government to licence renting out holiday homes is upsetting cash-strapped expats The move could net millions of euros for the...

Expat Pension Pound Slumps 50% Less In 10 Years

There’s more bad news for British expat pensioners as new research shows income has fallen by 50% in the past 10 years - and...

How The UK Credit Rating Slip Hits The Expat Pound

Sterling has plummeted against other major currencies following the loss of the UK’s AAA credit rating – and the falling value is likely to...