the Brexit-battered British currency once again extended its losses against the US dollar, as investors became more cautious regarding the possibility of the European Union and Britain failing to agree to a trade deal

the Brexit-battered British currency once again extended its losses against the US dollar, as investors became more cautious regarding the possibility of the European Union and Britain failing to agree to a trade deal

the Brexit-battered British currency once again extended its losses against the US dollar, as investors became more cautious regarding the possibility of the European Union and Britain failing to agree to a trade deal