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U.K. | 21 Dec. 2015 How Vulnerable is the U.K. to a Current Account Crisis?
The latest balance of payments figures, released Wednesday, look set to show that the current account deficit widened in Q3, underlying the U.K.'s vulnerability to a sudden change in overseas investor sentiment. The risk of a full-blown sterling crisis, however, is lower than the enormous current account deficit would appear to suggest.

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21 Dec. 2015 How Vulnerable is the U.K. to a Current Account Crisis?

By Samuel Tombs

The latest balance of payments figures, released Wednesday, look set to show that the current account deficit widened in Q3, underlying the U.K.'s vulnerability to a sudden change in overseas investor sentiment. The risk of a full-blown sterling crisis, however, is lower than the enormous current account deficit would appear to suggest.

Posted: 21st Dec 2015 in 'U.K.'

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