Soros bet successfully that the pound was overvalued against the deutsche mark in 1992, culminating in the so-called Black Wednesday when British Prime Minister John Major was forced to pull the currency out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
He said: "I think they're rattled on the Remain side because they're putting out more propaganda than we've seen at any time since 1992 when they said that we couldn't leave the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
Mr Balls drew a parallel between Mr Osborne's refusal to produce a 'Plan B' with the ill-fated decision by the Conservatives to enter the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
(ERM) in the 1990s.
Borisov confirmed that Bulgaria would make an imminent application to be admitted to the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
(ERM), a two-year currency stability test for candidate countries.
The pound lost nearly four per cent of its value against the dollar yesterday in its biggest one-day skid since sterling crashed out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
in 1992 and Norman Lamont resigned as Chancellor.
At the request of the Slovak authorities and with the approval of the European Central Bank (ECB), eurozone countries and members of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
(ERM II)(3), the Slovak koruna has been trading, since 29 May, at 30.
Yes, all the time, just as I was arguing about the European exchange rate mechanism
in the previous paragraph.
And he was at then Chancellor Norman Lamont's side in 1992 when the Tories crashed out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
, triggering huge interest rate rises.
Mr Soros made pounds 600million six years ago betting against the pound when it was forced out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
3) For those other European Union (EU) members currently participating in the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
and their close trading partners in mainland Europe, exchange rates are assumed to be fixed in nominal terms in relation to the euro.
Lord Kingsdown was governor on Black Wednesday in 1992, when Prime Minister John Major's Conservative government pulled sterling out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
because it could not halt the pound's devaluation to below the minimum level for participation in the system.
The first occasion was the withdrawal from the gold standard in 1931, and the second was when Britain was forced out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism
(ERM) in the 1990s.