GBP/EUR Exchange Rate at 7 year high

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GBP/EUR Exchange Rate Hits 1.41, Best Level Since 2007

The strength of the UK recovery, coupled with the tempestuous bailout negotiations in Greece and the European Central Bank’s latest stimulus measures, have seen the Pound Sterling to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate advance to its strongest level since December 2007.

This is great news for anyone planning to emigrate to France or intending to purchase a property in the nation as they’ll get far more for their money.

After peaking at 1.42, the GBP/EUR currency pair returned to trading in the region of 1.41. The Pound was achieving just 1.19 against the Euro this time last year, so if you had £100,000 to convert to Euros, you’d be €29,000 better off now than in 2014!

If you’ve got a foreign currency transfer coming up, the current strength in the GBP/EUR pairing makes now a good time to start organising your trade.

By getting in touch with a leading foreign exchange broker like TorFX now, you can talk through your requirements with a currency expert and choose the most lucrative means of managing your money.

The benefits of using TorFX for your currency transfer include;

- Exchange rates which beat those offered by the banks by as much as 3%

- Fee-free transfers, with no commission or added costs to pay

- Expert support and guidance

- Specialist services, like the option of fixing a favourable exchange rate for up to two years in advance of a trade

- Free account opening, with no obligation to trade and a dedicated Account Manager

If you want to take advantage of the best Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate for 7 years, please make an enquiry or get in touch with Will Hewitson, Business Development Executive, Tel: +44 (0)1736 335270 | SMS: +44 (0)7711 392620 | Fax: +44 (0)1736 369435

Can't have it all ways.

Do you get a cut on any business generated through this?

Bit of a poo if you only earn in Euros and have to transfer back the other way though....