Sterling saw some strong buying overnight, reaching its highest level since Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016.

At $1.4363, the currency broke the most recent high seen back in January, climbing 6% YTD.

The strengthening has been caused by expectations that the Bank of England will hike rates, as well as the freshly reached Brexit transition deal.

ETFs: FXB, EWU, GBB, DBUK, FKU, EWUS, DXPS, HEWU, QGBR, DGBP, FLGB, UGBP



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