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plans, in response to its substantial defeat in the Commons last week, has enabled sterling to recover most of the ground lost against the dollar and euro in the fourth quarter of last year.

U.K. | 21 January 2019 How Far Will Sterling Jump if a Soft Brexit Becomes Government Policy?
Signs that the government is softening its Brexit plans, in response to its substantial defeat in the Commons last week, has enabled sterling to recover most of the ground lost against the dollar and euro in the fourth quarter of last year.

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21 January 2019 How Far Will Sterling Jump if a Soft Brexit Becomes Government Policy?

By Samuel Tombs

Signs that the government is softening its Brexit plans, in response to its substantial defeat in the Commons last week, has enabled sterling to recover most of the ground lost against the dollar and euro in the fourth quarter of last year.

Posted: 21st Jan 2019 in 'U.K.'

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