British one pound sterling coins are arranged for a photograph in central London on October 5, 2017.AFP / Daniel SORABJI
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Sterling resumed its slide Tuesday, hitting new two-week lows against a broadly stronger dollar even though investors remained wary of selling it down too far before this week's Bank of England meeting.With the dollar recovering from early lows, sterling fell 0.6 percent, trading below $1.39 for the first time since Jan. 22 .Versus the euro, sterling dropped 0.3 percent to a three-week low of 89.00 pence.ING analysts predicted more sterling upside in the medium-term, having revised their end-2018 forecast to $1.45 .
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