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British Bond Bloodbath Despite 'Softening' Brexit Sterling Bounce

It appears Theresa May's mild concession to the opposition to debate Brexit has done nothing to stop the selling in bonds as Gilt yields spike to Brexit levels despite a bounce in the pound. DAVIS: NO ONE WILL BE ABLE TO VETO BREXIT REFERENDUM RESULT Speaking in Parliament on Wednesday, May promised lawmakers would get to debate her negotiating strategy for Brexit. When asked explicitly during her weekly questions session whether there would be a vote, May refused to rule it in or out.
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