(Original post by ByEeek)
Not at all. When the vote was announced the pound fell in value. Each and every time there is a lurch into uncertainty, the pound drops. You might say I am noting a trend and that trends can always be bucked but I can't see how the pound will increase in strength if the cost of business is increased as Brexit under any form will do.
Yes you could say that the pound dropped in value the day after the original referendum result but that was partly down to the cities arrogant gamble against the result, the pound at that moment in time was artificially high after all.
Any other fluctuations since can be attributed to a whole variety of outside factors, like trump's win or the suseqsubse trade war between the US and China and are not solely down to any particular brexit issue.