Find out what this morning's strong UK GDP figures mean for your currency exchange and how they might impact next week's "Super Thursday" Bank of England meeting where interest rates will be firmly on the agenda.

GDP released this morning indicates growth of 0.4% versus last quarter's 0.3%. This seems to indicate that Britain hasn't suffered the recession some experts predicted if the country voted to leave the EU. The reading is one of the key health checkers before the Bank of England decides whether to hike interest rates next Thursday. Sterling has climbed on the stronger than expected reading, which will also boost the chance of a rate hike next week. £££