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The pound slid against the euro to its weakest since mid-September, hurt by a rally in the single currency and concerns about whether Britain can secure a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU.Britain's Brexit Minister Dominic Raab said this week London could meet an informal October deadline to agree a deal, but has also laid out the government's plans in the case of a no-deal and disorderly exit.Reaching a deal is also only the first of several hurdles the EU and U.K. need to clear, such as parliamentary ratification of any agreement, before the March 2019 deadline.
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