Germany’s Merkel: We still have every chance of orderly Brexit

German Chancellor Merkel is reported by Reuters as saying that “we still have every chance of orderly Brexit”.

She said that China upholding human rights is essential while adding that US-China trade conflict is hitting Germany and affecting German exports.

Her comments on Brexit fail to inspire the pound, as the Cable meanders near session lows of 1.2341.

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