PM does little to help the Pound
Again a lack of unity and a failure to compromise holds back Sterling. If there is one thing the market reacts badly to it is uncertainty, it is even sometimes the case that bad news is better than no news. It seems hopes of a soft Brexit have been dashed and we are no closer to getting a deal in place.
There was the hope that Theresa May would be able to provide some form of clarity on Brexit negotiations and that progress had been made. It still seems she wishes to cherry pick aspects of the deal which will not make Brussels happy.
Cabinet members seemed more concerned with their own political agendas rather than trying to get a deal in place.
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