After the Brexit referendum of June 2015, the British pound dropped by more than 8% against US dollar in a single day, from 1.4879 to 1.3680. The bearish trend of the British pound to the US dollar has continued until January of 2017, where there is a slight improvement since the start of the year. Its exchange rate against the US dollar and Euro gained by about 5.9%. There is great uncertainty around the British Pound due to Brexit, but this uncertainty will be slightly resolved after the finish of the four rounds of talks on the first phase of discussions between the UK and the European Union, which may be finalized probably in October of 2017.
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