Market Talk: Sterling’s slide is bad news for us
And: Sport Direct's staff and investors deserve better
Last week’s awful events in Brussels have had one lasting financial impact – and that has been the continued weakness of sterling. It has been falling since British prime minister David Cameron announced the details of his package of reforms with the European Union last month to keep his country part of the bloc.
Recent polls suggest that the gap is narrowing, with those in favour of staying in the EU barely in...
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