Sterling shot up to a six-month high on Tuesday after Prime Minister Theresa May surprised markets by calling a snap General Election on 8 June.
May said this was the best time to call a General Election, as if she waited until the scheduled date in 2020 it would clash with the most difficult stage in the Brexit negotiations. Despite early morning...
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