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U.K. Documents | 27 Apr. Markets' View that Brexit Odds Have Declined Looks Premature
Sterling has rallied against both the dollar and the euro over the last week on the assumption that interventions by the U.K. Treasury and President Obama in the Brexit debate have shifted public opinion towards remaining in the E.U.

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27 Apr. Markets' View that Brexit Odds Have Declined Looks Premature

By Samuel Tombs

Sterling has rallied against both the dollar and the euro over the last week on the assumption that interventions by the U.K. Treasury and President Obama in the Brexit debate have shifted public opinion towards remaining in the E.U.

Posted: 27th Apr 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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