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High euro hits Irish exporters to Britain

The news for Irish exporters to Britain got worse last week as the euro strengthened against the pound sterling to highs not seen since March.

17th October, 2009

The news for Irish exporters to Britain got worse last week as the euro strengthened against the pound sterling to highs not seen since March.

The British currency weakened to 94.1 pence to the euro at one point, having begun the week at less than 93 pence.

There was some respite in store as the week came to a close, however, as sterling recovered to levels approaching 91 pence.

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