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Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Monday. Theresa May has 'categorically' ruled out staying in any form of customs union after Brexit, in an attempt to shut down a growing Cabinet split over Britain's exit from the EU. A senior government source said on Sunday evening: "To put this to rest, we are categorically leaving the customs union. It is not our policy to stay in the customs union.
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