Re: and yet still
@Mephistro: nice strategic use of cutoff points there. If you look at the 1-week chart (the link you posted) sure enough, it shows that the euro is very slightly higher against the dollar than it was immediately after the referendum.
If you look at that same timescale, you'd say that the pound has dropped less than 1%:
But if you look at the one-month charts for both, I don't think you'll have any difficulty picking out the referendum results being announced:
Of course, if you take a slightly longer view, you'll see this is far from the worst thing that's happened to sterling, even in the last ten years:
The pound dropped by 25% in 1992, when it exited the ERM. It dropped by more than 30% during the 1970s. It's dropped just 10% since the referendum; even if it's got another 10% to go before it levels out, this is still not a really world-class shock.