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UK economy: is there worse to come?

The British pound has tanked, markets are in crisis and economists worldwide are panicking. What’s happening to the British economy?

00:00 - Britain’s economy is in crisis
00:58 - What happened?
01:31 - What does this mean?
01:51 - How do they fix it?

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Financial markets are in chaos. What next for the real economy?:

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The pound is plumbing near-historical depths. Why?:

A weaker pound does not spell disaster for Britain:

Meet Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer. He’s rather odd:

Why the dollar is so strong:
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