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The pound is increasingly being buffeted by conflicting projections of the general election outcome, bearing the brunt of increasing market tension before next week's vote.Two-week implied volatility for the pound against the dollar climbed to 10.44 percent.YouGov's estimate, compiled from with an innovative analysis of 50,000 interviews of 7,000 people over seven days, suggested May would lose 20 seats and be stripped of her overall majority in Parliament, with just 310 lawmakers in a hung Parliament, down from 330 before she called the election.
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