GBP/EUR has broken 1.42. One of the highest levels in the last eight years. There is the possibility of it rising higher on the back of the Greece situation, but personally if I had to buy Euros I would be getting it done now. The head of the BOE, Mark Carney gave an indication that there may be an interest rate hike sooner than expected has caused GBP/EUR to break through the elusive 1.42 mark. If Alexis Tsipras the Greek Prime Minister gets his wishes, then the recent agreement in principal between Greece and its creditors will be ratified.
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