There’s Still Plenty Of Time To Sell SterlingRupert Hargreaves
After months of campaigning, UK has finally decided to leave the European Union. A risk-off mentality has now gripped financial markets around the world as investors and traders wait to find out what the next step is for the UK and the rest of the EU.
The pound has suffered the most from the Brexit decision. At time of writing, sterling is down by 8% against the dollar at $1.365 after hitting a high of $1.50 in overnight trading. The euro is up 5.8% against . . .
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