… and that's down. Will promised fiscal stimulus have an impact?
For bottom-feeding traders, the time to look at the long side of the pound may be close at hand.
The technology could mean banks would not necessarily have to move to the EU.
It's easier to be a pound bull when so many traders are massively bearish.
Shorting crude and buying yen both look like 'crowded trades.'
Bank of England's Carney gives indications repercussions weren't as bad as expected.

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Consider a short put spread in this British pound ETF.
It just keeps getting weaker.
Stops are based on maximum risk tolerance; profit taking can be, too.
BOJ stimulus speculation is heating up amid a selloff in the currency.

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