The pound crashed and burned last week as Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal triggered government resignations and speculation of a vote of no confidence.
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By Philip McHugh on November 15, 2018
Developments surrounding Brexit are expected to remain the primary influence on GBP exchange rates today, with markets anxious to see whether the agreement will win the support of MPs.
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