THE value of the British pound sterling has soared following the results of a new Brexit poll on Tuesday.
The pound now stands at 1.32 euros after an ORB Telegraph poll showed the remain campaign ahead by 13 points at 55%.
In a knock for the Leave campaign, only 42% were in support of Brexit.
Tancrede de Pola from mortgage company The Finance Bureau told the Olive Press: “This is good and welcome news for us, clearly the message is getting across.
“We are now expecting a very good July.”
The news will reduce the already fleeting fears of a Brexit in the markets.
Mark Ricard of FX specialist, Smart Currency Exchange told the Olive Press: “The pound regained momentum this morning due to a surge in the Remain campaign.
“It’s good news for expats and good news for people wanting to visit or buy in Spain.”
The British public will vote in the EU referendum June 23.
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