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£10,000 will get you:

UFG FX | €11,275 | + NO FEES
Natwest | €11,025 | + £30 Fees
Barclays | €10,973 | + £0 Fees
HSBC | €10,928 | + £9.50 Fees

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UFG FX specialise in foreign exchange for the fresh produce and agri sectors. We access commercial rates to cut the cost of your FX transactions.

If you are UK based or overseas, wishing to transact in foreign currencies, our service is secure, swift and transparent. We offer a range of services from spot transactions through to forward hedging.

Partnered with Currency Cloud, our experienced team of ex city traders have launched this unrivalled industry FX service. We provide a competitive, more tailored service to that offered by mainstream foreign exchange providers.



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GBP on the move again...
• The GBP is the big major FX mover as the pound is turning sharply lower on the back of repeatedly negative European statements that are flagging that there is still a big gulf between the UK and EU officials in Brexit “tunnel” negotiations.
• The Queen Speech begins around 11:30 BST, but much of the content could be superfluous given that a general election still looms putting at risk PM Johnson’s agenda.
• Beyond the speech to focus will linger on this week’s tunnel negotiations and the subsequent “Super Saturday” HoC sitting which could lead to the collapse of the Johnson government or pass-through any deal that may be agreed the day before with the EU.
• Expect the gyrations to continue all week before these events. But regardless, the stark reality is that even if a deal is agreed, it will still be a major achievement if it gets passed by a fractious Parliament that is riven with so many different agendas. Cable is now already down 0.88% OTD at 1.2560 and EURGBP is up 0.75% at 0.8789 and this is on scant news, but expect bigger moves on real news headlines.
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