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Sterling has not become an emerging market currency

© AFP via Getty Images The idea that sterling has effectively become an emerging-market currency has become something of a common refrain in the four years since the Brexit vote.Bloomberg’s Sid Verma asked whether the pound was the “new Mexican peso” as early as October 2016, and the idea that it should be treated as ...

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