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Sterling fell Friday after the European Union's Brexit negotiator said a British proposal for avoiding border problems with Ireland after Brexit "raises more questions than answers" and that there was much still to negotiate.The weakness for sterling also comes ahead of a week in which a crucial Brexit vote in the British parliament and economic data may determine if the pound can snap its two-month losing streak.Sterling, which was trading down 0.2 percent before EU negotiator Michel Barnier spoke, fell further to $1.3355, half a percent lower on the day.After slumping 3.43 percent against a resurgent dollar last month, sterling has started June buoyed by data that is showing signs of a possible strengthening of the British economy.
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