“It may be tempting to change back leftover travel money, or even take out foreign currency in anticipation of a future holiday, while the exchange rate is favourable,” James Lynn, co-CEO and co-founding father of travel debit card supplier Currensea, instructed Express.co.uk.
“However, I would advise against this.
“Market actions are sometimes extra marginal in actuality than they seem.
“Especially during this volatile time, it’s safer to keep hold of your money in your UK bank account over purchasing or exchanging and holiday money.
“Once we’re allowed to travel once more, this can signify the top of the COVID bump and I anticipate this can imply the Pound has improved much more considerably than the extent it’s at right this moment.”