Euro to pound today aib: Sterling slumps to 90p against the euro as ‘double whammy’ Brexit and rate threat hit hard

“It looks increasingly probable that [UK] second-quarter GDP is likely to be negative for the first time since the end of 2012. With the third-quarter outlook also poor, this will add to debate about the Bank of England joining the global easing trend,” he said.

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