Weak Pound Drives U.K. Factories Back From Brexit ShockBy
Manufacturing gauge jumped by record in August to 53.3
BOE unlikely to cut rates again this year, economists say
U.K. factory activity reached a 10-month high in August as a weaker pound boosted exports, underscoring early evidence of British economic resilience after the Brexit vote.
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