Financial rules 'must be confirmed' post-Brexit

More clarity would also help to stabilise sterling, which has taken a hammering ever since the results of the EU referendum were announced in June 2016. 

According to data from WeSwap, sterling has fluctuated significantly against the euro during December, reaching a high of 1.20 on December 13, and reaching a nadir Christmas Day, at 1.14.

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