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Sterling not overvalued before Brexit vote

Brexit-supporting economists argue that the referendum result hastened a fall in the pound that was inevitable and will ultimately prove beneficial. Such claims are dubious.The Brexit supporters cite the large current account deficit – equivalent to 5.9% of GDP in the second quarter of 2016 – as evidence that the pound was significantly overvalued. The trade deficit in goods and services, however, was 2.
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