Thursday , May 19 2022

Sterling is under pressure as the PM is likely to face no confidence vote next week London Business News


Sterling rose 0.37 percent against the dollar at $ 1.2822. Despite the increase today, analysts expect cash voidability to continue until the leadership crisis has expired in Britain.

Latest reports suggest that Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to face a vote without confidence next week with Conservative lawyers expecting to present the 48 letters needed to stimulate today's leadership competition.

May face the vote with no confidence on Tuesday, says Christopher Hope, Chief Political Correspondent Telegraph, on Twitter, stating Accounting sources.

Fiona Cincotta from CityIndex also said: "Given the high level of uncertainty, the market welcomes any worst case preparations, and in the case of Rolls Royce, he said he was making steps to prepare himself for this a good scenario. In contrast, BT has joined the UK telecommunications regulator over the emigration of its customers and its broadband customers and, alongside Virgin Media, has fined over £ 13 million for early departure fees EE subsidiary

"The pound is currently against the euro and the dollar, up 0.08% and 0.21%, but given the lack of clarity on the Brexit currency market in the UK will continue to be volatile over the next sessions. "

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