Don’t Blame Brexit for Sterling’s Plunge, ex-HSBC Chief SaysBy
Sterling decline linked to competitiveness, Geoghegan says
Brexit supporter sees London staying as financial center
Former HSBC Holdings Plc chief and Brexit supporter Michael Geoghegan said sterling is being driven down by U.K.’s lack of competitiveness, rather than the nation’s decision to exit the EU.
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