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U.K. | 5 April 2019 Will the Current Account Deficit Return to Haunt the Pound?
We remain optimistic on the scope for sterling to appreciate this year, reflecting our views that a deal for a soft Brexit will be reached soon and that the MPC will resume its tightening cycle later this year.

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5 April 2019 Will the Current Account Deficit Return to Haunt the Pound?

By Samuel Tombs

We remain optimistic on the scope for sterling to appreciate this year, reflecting our views that a deal for a soft Brexit will be reached soon and that the MPC will resume its tightening cycle later this year.

Posted: 4th Apr 2019 in 'U.K.'

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