Today’s headline article The U.K. pound rose to a four-year high against the euro and the yen on Friday, as traders celebrated the Brexit vote in the country and the U-K.
The pound rose 0.2% against the greenback at one point to $1.1127, according to the London Interbank Offered Rate.
The euro rose 0% to $0.8262, while the yen gained 0.3% to 113.9 yen per euro.
The dollar rose to $US0.9199, up from $US1.1626, while gold rose 0,3% or $US6.65 to $2,247.60 an ounce.
pound also rose against the yen as investors celebrated the U.-K.
vote and the referendum on Britain’s membership in the European Union.
“Brexit has made sterling a global symbol,” said Paul Hirschfeld, head of foreign exchange strategy at JPMorgan Chase & Co. “This is the best currency exchange rate for U.C.B.I.”
“There is no doubt Brexit is going to be a catalyst for growth and a positive shock for the economy,” said Mark O’Brien, chief investment officer at RBC Capital Markets.
“I don’t think there is any doubt that Brexit will be a big boost for the pound.”
currency rose 0 percent to $3.1925 an ounce on Friday.
The yen rose 0 cents to 114.96 yen per yen.
The Swiss franc rose 0%.
The euro lost 0.5% to 79.85 cents to the dollar.