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Sterling bounced back from early lows in volatile trading Wednesday after Brexit-supporting lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May's party publicly pledged support for her to stay in power.Analysts said Brexit would dominate sterling trading.While recent signals from Brussels have pointed to renewed confidence that Britain and the EU can agree a deal to govern trading relations after Brexit, divisions within May's government over Brexit continue to rattle markets.Traders say many investors are reluctant to take out big directional bets on sterling because of the uncertainty about where the Brexit negotiations are headed.
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