Brexit, UK consumer and trade in focus (video)

Sep 20 12:09 2018 Print This Article

Nick Batsford, CEO of Core London is joined down the line by Craig Erlam, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA, to discuss why the pound has rallied on Thursday and the latest developments in the US-China trade spat.

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