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U.K. | 29 August 2017 Is it Time to Turn Positive on the Outlook for Net Foreign Trade?
Britain still has nothing to show for sterling's depreciation, even though nearly two years have passed since markets started to price-in Brexit risk, driving the currency lower.

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29 August 2017 Is it Time to Turn Positive on the Outlook for Net Foreign Trade?

By Samuel Tombs

Britain still has nothing to show for sterling's depreciation, even though nearly two years have passed since markets started to price-in Brexit risk, driving the currency lower.

Posted: 28th Aug 2017 in 'U.K.'

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