Sterling Slump Means Costlier Commodities for Post-Brexit U.K.By , , and
Pound slumps to 31-year low after U.K. votes to leave EU
Energy, metals imports get more expensive; wheat exports gain
The collapse in the pound since U.K. voters chose to quit the European Union means more expensive imports of oil, natural gas and industrial metals, although some farmers and distillers may have cause to celebrate.
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