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The pound is bombing as fears grow over a 'hard Brexit'

The pound is diving against the dollar and euro on Monday morning after Theresa May set a date for the beginning of official Brexit proceedings on Sunday. Sterling is down 0.92% against the dollar to 1.2858 at 9.25 a.m. BST (4.25 a.m. ET):Meanwhile, the pound is down 0.89% against the euro to 1.1440:While these might not sound like big moves in percentage terms, it marks a 7-week low against the dollar for sterling and a more than 3-year low against the eur0.
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