How High Court ruling on Brexit affected sterling
Sterling has risen the most against the dollar since August after the High Court ruled the British Government does not have the power to trigger Article 50 without MPs' approval.
In the immediate aftermath of the ruling, sterling rose by one per cent against the dollar to just above $1.24.
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However, the gain was short lived as sterling dropped to $1.23 just before 10.30am.
Sterling also strengthened against the Euro rising from €1.10 to €1.12.
The British government said it will appeal the High Court’s ruling in the Supreme Court.
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