Dollar hits year-to-date-high against the Chinese yuan, but slips back against the euro.
Pound hits two-week high against euro before retreating, while dollar soars to six-year high against Chinese yuan.
Pound slides below €1.12 and $1.23 despite solid retail sales data for September.
Dollar declines against major rivals but receives boost after China's economy expands in line with expectations.
Pound rises above $1.22 as Office for National Statistics shows inflation hits highest level since November 2014.
Pound falls below $1.22 as political uncertainty increases and yield on 10-year gilt soars.
British currency alternating between gains and losses after hawkish notes from US Federal Reserve.
Analysts say Brexit talks are likely to clobber both euro and sterling, as the dollar strengthens on US interest rate hike expectations.
Rising US interest rate hike expectations and the absence of major UK economic data meant the British currency hit yet another 31-year low.
Absence of concrete economic data means the British currency began yet another trading session in negative territory.
An alleged rogue algorithm caused havoc in the foreign exchange market, but their deployment has grown exponentially.
Boris Johnson's comments about the UK starting formal Brexit negotiations next year continue to hound sterling.