The British pound rebounded slightly on November 16, one day after Brexit fears caused its worst one-day performance in two years. Photo: AFP
Nicholas Spiro
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The View by Nicholas Spiro

Brexit woes mean it’s now the pound, not China’s yuan, fuelling market turbulence

  • Nicholas Spiro says politics now trumps economics for Britain’s currency, and the pound’s plunge is thoroughly overshadowing the yuan’s slide

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The British pound rebounded slightly on November 16, one day after Brexit fears caused its worst one-day performance in two years. Photo: AFP
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