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The pound recouped some losses Tuesday after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said he was ready to stay in his job beyond his planned leaving date but concerns over Brexit kept a lid on the currency's gains.Tuesday the currency inched up from a one-week low against the dollar as Mark Carney suggested to a parliamentary committee he was willing to remain on as governor to ease Britain's economy through its departure from the EU.British media said last week that Carney could stay longer at the BoE to allow the Finance Ministry to focus squarely on Brexit talks in the coming months.Against a broadly weak euro sterling traded up 0.4 percent at 89.92 pence.
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