The begin of 2016 has brought volatility back into markets, particularly alongside pound currency pairs. Low economic figures unveiling a decrease in construction sector, inflation underlying targeted values, and Philip Hammond, British Foreign Secretary saying that “no work has been done to prepare for possible”  Brexit, are among the main reasons for pound underperformance.
Reporting Lukanyo Mnyanda, Chiara Albanese and Stefania Spezzati 
The pound is quickly running out of friends. And its biggest enemies see the British currency falling to levels last seen during the reign of Margaret Thatcher.
Facing a high volatility in this first month of 2016, pound currency pairs we’re within trader’s best selection to keep a keen eye. In spite of a high volatility and a declared downward tendency against some of its major rivals, pound trading disengaged a lot of opportunities. Betting that this scenario was shared amid a huge part of the community, this article emerges as a second chapter of the first one released in the previous month, aiming to point out daily amplification reference values for pound trading – 3 currency pairs, GBP/USD, GBP/JPY and GBP/CAD in the year of [/2][/1]…