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Pound in focus as Brexit saga rumbles on
Han Tan

23 October @ 16:05

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Pound in focus as Brexit saga rumbles on
The Pound remains in the spotlight, as investors brace for more political drama surrounding Brexit. Although UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has formally requested for an extension to the Brexit deadline, it is still undetermined how long that extension should be, and whether or not an election... Read full post
Pound’s fall mitigated, even as Brexit uncertainties set to drag on
Han Tan

23 October @ 05:04

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Pound’s fall mitigated, even as Brexit uncertainties set to drag on
Asian stocks are mixed after US equities posted declines, as Brexit risks took hold of market sentiment in the absence of other major catalysts. With investors keeping risk appetites in check, most Asian currencies are weaker against the US Dollar, but are gaining versus the Pound. Gold is inching... Read full post
Sterling slips as government loses key vote on Brexit timetable
Lukman Otunuga

23 October @ 00:24

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Sterling slips as government loses key vote on Brexit timetable
Sterling was injected with another dose of volatility on Tuesday evening after British MP’s rejected a timetable for Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal by 322 to 308. It followed the House of Commons passing a vote allowing the prime minister's Withdrawal Agreement Bill to proceed to the next stage.... Read full post
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