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The pound is falling. Fast.
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UPDATE: sterling now down well below $1.11 against dollar. Now closer to $1.10. When @KwasiKwarteng began his speech it was around $1.12.
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STERLING LATEST: In the time it took me to drive from our Westminster studio to our HQ in W London the pound has lost another half cent against the dollar. Now almost bang on $1.10. Down 2.25% in a single day. And the day’s not yet over.
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Pound now down to $1.092 vs US$. That’s a more than 3% fall today. And still dropping. This is… unnerving.
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A brutal, brutal day for sterling. Seems to have settled around $1.09 for the time being tho. By my reckoning this is now one of the top ten worst days for the pound (vs basket of other currencies) since 2004. Not the league table the Chancellor would have wanted to join today…

Sep 23, 2022 · 3:39 PM UTC

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Replying to @EdConwaySky
Other worse days have seen gilts rise or at least not fall much
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Replying to @EdConwaySky
Are you suggesting it's abnormal for the currency of a developed nation to take out 3 handles in a day?
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What a great start for kwasi. We will be paying for these decisions for years to come. Sunak should in front of TV screens telling us his opinion.
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If the Chancellor didn't expect this then he's even more useless than I thought. This budget is so reminiscent of the Barber dash for growth in 1972. That ended badly. This one looks even worse
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Replying to @EdConwaySky
Richly earned his place on the list.
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I worked on some 60 fiscal events over 31 years. I can't remember any generating as strong a market reaction as to today's. The £ is currently down over 3% v $, 1.8% v € and 2.5% v ¥. And the cost of borrowing up 40bp at short end and 20bp at long end. #justsaying
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Now to the big question - which Tory MPs, donors, advisors and acolytes have made a fortune today. As the old journalistic adage goes, follow the money...
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UK market will have closed for the evening. You have to wait for New York and Tokyo to open.
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Replying to @EdConwaySky
Not like Ed and skynews to talk down the economy