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Remember when devaluations of the pound were a big political deal? No more it seems.

The BREXIT devaluation is hardly being noticed The pound has fared poorly on the foreign exchange markets since TMay’s speech on Sunday setting out her plans to extract the UK from the EU with the aim to invoke Article 50 in March next year. From a peak of about $1.50 to the pound on June […]
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