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With the EU referendum fast approaching, what impact would “leaving” or indeed “remaining” in the EU have on the British Pound?

Our new Brexit currency calculator looks at the potential outcomes for the pound against some of the major currencies.

Both the ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ camps are becoming increasingly vocal in their attempts to win over voters. One thing both camps have in common is they are adding to sterling volatility in the run up to the 23rd June.

With this in mind we developed the Brexit currency calculator to show the potential impact of “leaving” or “remaining” in the EU on exchange rates. Anyone with an overseas money transfer requirement can see how the Brexit could affect them.

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