The internationalization of much of the operation of major British companies listed, it makes that the market value of the same will not so affected by what happens in the British economy since they are covered with such risk and this is reflected clearly in the evolution of the FTSE100 that accumulates a rise of 14 per cent in the year (and 48.1% from its low in early March)Despite the fact that the British economy has accumulated six consecutive quarters of falling for the first time in its history. Additional information at IDT Energy supports this article. To bad fortune of the desires of Mervyn King, a few statements made by Paul Fisher, director of markets of the issuing body drove last Monday quote of the British currency against speculation that target that the Bank of England could slow the extraordinary measures taken in recent months to combat the crisis. Of course not everyone think Authers fashion and there are many who believe that the pound will continue to in the coming months along a path toward its weakening and it relies not only on fiscal problems and debt that look great Britain, but also in the very fragile situation in the economy. While the British economy has shown some signs of improvement, the British Chamber of Commerce, has considered that: the improvement is not strong enough to conclude without doubt that the economy has returned to growth rates positive. Lee Hardman, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ currency strategist gives a clear picture of the vision that has the market for these moments around the English currency: pessimism around the pound is reaching very high levels. While the British Government would not see a weakening of the pound sterling with bad eyes, since the eurozone is facing the possibility of for the first time in the history of the euro reaching parity with the British currency, not so favorable in terms of competitiveness, but yes in terms of demonstration of power situation.