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The pound weakened against its major currency pairings throughout the course of yesterday, after Brexit came back into the spotlight once again.
By Amelia Spencer
The UK unemployment rate was released yesterday, falling to 4.8% between January and March, and beat expectations of 4.9%.
Sterling has staged a comeback since lasts week's sell-off with today's unemployemnt data providing further support to GBP rates.
The rebound in inflation would likely be taken very positively by the market and could see the pound’s value continue to increase.
Yesterday, GBP/EUR interbank rates briefly reached the highest point in 12-months and breaking through the 1.17 level.
The pound made gains yesterday against its major currency counterparts, following from a host of better-than-expected employment figures in the UK.
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The pound fell to its lowest trading levels against the euro yesterday since November, trading at 1.16329.
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