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Invest around currency risk

Invest around currency risk

Since the referendum decision to leave the European Union (EU) in June 2016, sterling has been the key barometer of sentiment towards the UK. It nosedived 10 per cent against the US dollar immediately after the vote to $1.33 and has seesawed since then, hitting a high of $1.40 in January and slumping to $1.28 as of 24 August. The latest fall has been blamed on a stronger dollar and fears of a no-deal exit from the EU. 

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