The dollar on Friday after data showing a deceleration in consumer spending overshadowed a economic growth reading.
The dollar hit a high on comments from Sweden's central bank, and on expectations of a December Federal Reserve rate hike.
Baroness Susan Kramer PC, treasury spokesperson for the U.K.'s Liberal Democrat party, says that companies can either take advantage of the weaker pound, or divert investment away from the country.
Kamal Sharma, director & G10 FX strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, expects the U.K. to see more "significant slippages in economic growth" post-Brexit.
The dollar fell as the greenback looked vulnerable to weakness on uncertainty surrounding Fed monetary policy and the US election.
Jordan Rochester, FX strategist at Nomura, discusses why sterling is trading more like an emerging market currency post-Brexit.
It will be difficult to drive the pound lower past a certain level as the exchange rate will affect inflation, says UBS WM's Tan Teck Leng.
The dollar hit highs on Tuesday on growing expectations that the Fed would raise interest rates in December.
The dollar gained against the yen on Monday on growing expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate increase in December.
Paul Bednarczyk, head of research at 4CAST Limited, discusses the positioning of major currencies, adding that dollar/sterling parity is unlikely.
Microsoft said it will be increasing pricing for its enterprise software and cloud services in the U.K. in the wake of the sterling's plunge.
The dollar rose on Friday, boosted by higher expectations of a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year and by the euro weakening.
Steven Englander, Citi, discusses what's likely driving the euro lower, and provides his thoughts on the Japanese yen and play on the Mexican peso.
Markets aren’t getting more comfortable with a "hard Brexit" scenario, but are rather waiting for fresh news, says Jeremy Stretch, head of FX strategy at CIBC.
The pound will remain volatile amid uncertainty over when the U.K. will leave the EU, the U.K. chairman at KPMG told CNBC on Friday.
Tai Alegbe, co-founder at Baacco, says that the weaker pound has resulted in higher sales outside the UK for his wine business but increased import costs.
Contingency plans include "escape routes", like relocating operations out of the UK, says Simon Collins, senior partner at KPMG.
The euro fell Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the bank did not discuss ending bond purchases.
Nestle's CEO Paul Bulcke, says that his company is seeing more vigor in the U.S. than in Europe, and that changing consumer habits are affecting his company.
Haig Bathgate, co-CEO at TCAM, discusses how British political uncertainty and the drop in sterling could be felt Europe-wide.