Asked about sterling, PM May says British economy is strong

Asked about sterling, PM May says British economy is strong
 

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday that Britain's economy was strong with more positive growth rates than some had expected and, when asked about the fall in sterling, added that currencies "of course go up and down".
Sterling slid to its lowest in more than three decades on Tuesday on fears of a "hard Brexit" from the European Union and its single market that could hurt the economy.
"Currencies of course go up and down," May told the BBC.
"If you stand back and look at the fundamentals of our economy, which are strong, if you look at the other... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Business, Views: 40
Source: Reuters
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