Sterling volatility drops further as Brexit risk premium falls

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His comments came after the chief executive of Airbus, Tom Enders blasted the government's handling of the Brexit talks.

Concern about a "backstop" agreement for the border between the British province of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has been a major sticking point for Conservative Brexit supporters, who fear the European Union will use it to extract concessions on British sovereignty after Brexit. "But we still have no idea what is really going on here". Further US Greenback in broad market lost ground last night following a sharp decline in 10-year US Treasury bond yield which combined with the partial shutdown in US government and dovish fed stance on rate hike plans for 2019 increased bearish pressure on Dollars significantly.

He was also meant to have lunch with the industry lobby group CBI, which represents 190,000 businesses in Britain, at the Swiss event to drum up further support.

"The global market for aviation is growing at five percent each year".

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"Airbus will survive and thrive whatever the outcome".

On January 29, parliament will debate May's proposed next steps and alternative plans lawmakers have put forward.

The future of the border between EU-member Ireland and Northern Ireland, which will be the United Kingdom's only land frontier with the bloc after its departure, is proving the major hurdle in the ratification of the Brexit divorce deal in London.Police on both sides of the now seamless stretch have warned that customs posts could be a target for the small number of militant groups still active in Northern Ireland after a 1998 peace deal ended three decades of violence in the province.

Earlier on Thursday, Airbus warned it could shift future wing-building out of Britain in the absence of a smooth exit from the European Union, and predicted "potentially very harmful decisions" for its British operations in the event of no deal.

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"To stop "no deal", a positive majority for another solution will need to emerge".

Sterling moved above $1.30 to the dollar.

Enders meanwhile urged Britons not to listen to "Brexiteers' madness" that multinationals would always stay in Britain.

"For us, the continuity as we leave the European Union will be a precursor to an even more ambitious agreement in the future", said Fox, as he announced that the United Kingdom and Israel will be holding a trade and investments conference in London "in the coming months". But the company is not happy with the way Brexit is dragging on, and Enders said "plenty of other countries would love to build the wings for Airbus aircraft".

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Worldwide trade secretary Liam Fox reassured voters in July 2017 that the government would also have 40 more free trade deals with non-EU countries signed and in force by the time of Brexit.

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