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Sterling slipped to a seven-week low against the dollar Thursday, as investors sold the pound on worries a Brexit transition deal might not be reached this month.British Prime Minister Theresa May will lay out her views on how to keep trade open between all of the United Kingdom and the European Union in a key speech Friday, just two days after the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier struck a downbeat tone on the progress of Brexit talks so far, weakening sterling.Sterling has struggled to build on a rally earlier this year amid a resurgence in political risk centered on Brexit, and a broad rebound in the dollar.
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