Forecasted EUR GBP exchange rate profiles under different Brexit scenarios 2016-2019

This graph shows the forecasted rate of currency exchange between pound sterling and the euro, under three different scenarios concerning the EU referendum, as of February 2015, for 2016 to 2019. It’s expected that in the years until 2019 the euro will become stronger by 1.2 percent if the UK remains in the EU. If the UK left European Union, it is predicted that by 2017 the euro exchange rate would have peaked at 0.9 percent and in the two years following the referendum there would be a decrease of 0.5 percent, yet an overall increase of 0.13 percent.

Forecasted Euro (EUR) to Pound sterling (GBP) exchange rate profiles under Brexit referendum from 2016 to 2019*, by scenario

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Release date

February 2015


United Kingdom

Survey time period

February 2015

Supplementary notes

* Forecasted as of February 2015.

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