Pound’s Drop Below $1.30 Makes It World’s Worst Yet Again: Chart

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Not again. The pound has regained the title as the year’s worst performer among 32 major currencies. Sterling is now back below $1.30 for the first time since July as the Bank of England restarted its stimulus program aiming to shield the economy from the decision to quit the European Union.

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