Sterling falls to two-week low on reports of second Scottish referendum

Down 0.7% to $1.238

Tom Eckett
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Sterling falls to two-week low on reports of second Scottish referendum

Sterling fell to a two-week low against the dollar this morning following reports the Scottish National Party (SNP) is preparing to demand a second referendum on Scotland's independence in the near future.

According to The Times, Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing for Scotland to call another referendum on independence once she triggers Article 50, the process which will begin Britain's exit from the...

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