Nov. 9 (Bloomberg) -- The pound was little changed versus the dollar and the euro after a report showed Britain’s trade deficit narrowed more than economists forecast in September as exports rose.
Sterling traded at $1.5980 versus the dollar after declining to a two-week low yesterday of $1.5930. The U.K. currency was at 79.74 pence per euro.
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