Ireland's Finance Minister Donohoe recently crossed the wires, via Reuters, noting that the possibility of a no-deal Brexit is clearly growing.
He added that the economy is well capable of responding back to risk of a no-deal Brexit.
“If backstop alternative could have been found in the last two years, it would have,” Donohoe said.
The pound remains undeterred by the above comments, as the GBP/USD pair keeps extends its recovery towards the 1.21 handle amid an improved risk tone.
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