UK pound soars to day’s maximums on British services PMI

UK pound soars to day’s maximums on British services PMI

On Thursday, the British pound rallied to the day’s maximums after data disclosing that activity in the dominant British service sector accelerated at the end of the previous year, although the underlying trend hinted at uncertainty over the economic outlook.

The currency pair GBP/USD soared 0.22% being worth 1.3546. The UK currency sank 0.57% yesterday to pull back from a three-and-a-half month maximum of 1.3612.

As research group IHS Markit informed, in December its services purchasing managers’ index rallied to 54.2 from November’s outcome of 53.8, versus an estimate for 54.1.

Companies posted that new order surge relieved to 16-month minimum amid worries over Brexit, while the rate of job creation dived to a nine-month minimum.

Input costs tacked on at the fastest pace for three months, as the report informed.

Versus the common currency the British pound stood still, with EUR/GBP hitting 0.8891.


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