UK’s financial turmoil continues as the pound slumps more than one per cent against the dollar


The pound has plunged by more than one percent against the dollar to as low as $1.0763 in early morning trading – as Liz Truss insisted the mini-Budget was the ‘right thing’ to do despite financial turmoil.  

Sterling slid on Thursday and the The FTSE-100 dropped nearly 2%, after the Bank of England (BoE) intervened on the bond markets to head off a fresh financial catastrophe, snapping up long-dated government bonds to try calm the markets. 

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