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John from Moneycorp

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  • Birthday 22/05/1981

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  1. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    News out this week shows Australia’s employment rate held steady at 5.0% as the number of people in work increased to 33,000 in October, higher than the expected number of 20,000. The data boosted the Aussie which went up a cent higher on the day. These positive employment figures are likely to keep Reserve Bank of Australia policymakers pretty pleased and could increase their bullish outlook in the near future.
  2. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    Figures already released today showed Australia's employment rate holding steady at 5.0% as the number of people in work increased by 33k in October. All of them were full-time jobs. The data gave a boost to the Aussie, which is a cent higher on the day.
  3. John from Moneycorp

    Transferring money from UK

    Figures already released today showed Australia's employment rate holding steady at 5.0% as the number of people in work increased by 33k in October. All of them were full-time jobs. The data gave a boost to the Aussie, which is a cent higher on the day.
  4. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    The pound vs Australian dollar rate has found itself back over 1.80 as expectation for a Brexit deal have increased. In what is being billed as a crucial day ahead for Brexit and therefore the pound, sterling could very easily find itself the centre of attention as the market digests the news.
  5. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    The Pound-to-Australian Dollar exchange rate starts the new week 0.45% in the red at 1.7872, its lowest level since September 05. The pair has fallen for seven consecutive days and five consecutive weeks ensuring the trend is certainly one of weakness over short- and medium-term timeframes. The fundamental backdrop for the exchange rate bodes ill amidst reports over the weekend that the E.U. have rejected U.K Prime Minister Theresa May's latest Brexit proposals.
  6. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    The Pound-to-Australian-Dollar rate was down 0.11% at 1.7964 Friday and has now risen just 4.2% this year.
  7. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    Overnight, the RBA left interest rates unchanged, sending the Pound to Australian Dollar (GBP/AUD) exchange rate -0.16% lower to trade at 1.80777. Economists at Lloyds Bank said "The AUD was slightly firmer, holding onto last week’s recovery on increased optimism of a US and China trade deal. The AUD being one gauge of market sentiment, particularly in regards to global growth. US equity markets are a broader risk sentiment gauge, which have also recovered in the last week or so and now sit in the balance, mid-range, as we head into today’s main event - the US midterm elections.
  8. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    The Australian and NZ dollars both had a good week, strengthening by 2% on average against the other major currencies. For the Aussie it meant gains of two cents from the US dollar and more than two and a half cent against sterling. Whilst the headline rate of inflation slowed from 2.1% to 1.9% in the third quarter, most of the Australian economic data were positive the currency. September's balance of trade was particularly helpful, with imports down by 1% and exports up by the same proportion. A week of mixed results for sterling saw it fall heavily on Tuesday following some worrying reports about Brexit before rallying strongly the following day on the back of positive Brexit news. That positivity spread to other markets, helping the antipodeans to move into the lead. Yet more help for commodity-oriented currencies came on Thursday night, when the US president claimed to be working on a trade deal with China.
  9. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    Pound Sterling to Australian Dollar (GBP/AUD) exchange rate saw limited losses ahead of the Bank of England (BoE) policy announcement.
  10. John from Moneycorp

    Transferring money from UK

    Hi @Turvie I do apologize for the no lack of response from Harpreet. Please feel free to email partners@moneycorp.com mentioning Poms in Oz and i will be happy to assist you. Regards, John
  11. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    Australian Dollar (AUD) jumped against all major crosses on Tuesday due to the renewed optimism behind a potential trade deal between China and the US.
  12. John from Moneycorp

    Transferring money from UK

    Hi @Turvie A CK Reference is a unique number attached to your account. You can think of this as an an Account Number. I do not believe OFX have the capability to accept third party payments. As @Marisawright so kindly said, That is one of the many advantages of using moneycorp! Regards, John
  13. John from Moneycorp

    Transferring money from UK

    Hi @Turvie and thank you @Marisawright and @Wa7 You can simply open a moneycorp account and your brother can pay into your moneycorp account. You will be able to give him your CK Reference number to receive the funds into your account. I hope this has helped to answer your question John
  14. John from Moneycorp

    The UK Pound V Australian Dollar

    Overall this week, broad Brexit fears have dragged the Pound Sterling to Australian Dollar exchange rate lower. The Pound did avoid its worst levels however, due to a lack of demand for the Australian Dollar .
  15. John from Moneycorp

    Currency transfer from sale of uk property

    Hello @Loveithere I am pleased to say we are able to help you with your transfer with your international transfer. With rates up to 4% better than the banks, we can ensure you get great value for your money. As a Poms In Oz member, you will not be charged a fee for using our services. In terms of security, Moneycorp is regulated and authorized by the FCA and your funds will be safeguarded in segregated accounts. After you open an account you will be given your own personal Foreign Exchange Dealer who will give you guidance around the market and will be able to execute your transfer. To get started, you can register for free using this link https://m.moneycorp.com/PomsInOZ. Regards, John
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