A shop assistant counts piles of British pound banknotes at an Apple store in London, Britain November 18, 2017. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
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Even as Brexit talks lurch from one hurdle to another, the pound is enjoying a rising wave of confidence among investors and analysts.Option-market sentiment on sterling is now the most bullish in two months and it is one of this quarter's top performers among major currencies against both the dollar and euro.Against the euro, sterling was 0.4 percent weaker at 88.33 pence.Aberdeen Standard's Athey prefers to express pound optimism against the euro rather than the dollar, saying that there has been "far too much exuberance" in Europe's shared currency.He sees sterling strengthening almost 10 percent to 80 pence per euro "over the medium term".
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