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When PM Theresa May called the snap election, the pound rallied and the event was shrugged off. However, the campaign became quite tight and uncertainty is high. This uncertainty is also driven by opinion polls, which all go in very different directions. You cannot blame them for any kind of herding. With leads of between 1% to 11% for the Tories, a lot depends on the turnout. Te pound could certainly move ahead of the results. How can we trade it?

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