US President-elect Joe Biden expressed his take on a key Brexit-related issue early Wednesday.
Biden said: “We do not want a guarded border in Ireland.”
His comment comes as no surprise, as the incoming US administration does not favor a closed-border arrangement.
“Let's begin the work to heal and unite America and the world.”
“The transition of power has already begun.”
“Will make ending 'damaging executive orders' a priority.”
“Priorities in the first 100 days will depend on Congress.”
GBP/USD consolidates the recovery above 1.3350, having recovered from Tuesday’s low of 1.3293.
The spot was last seen trading at 1.3359, almost unchanged on the day. A lack of fresh Brexit updates keeps the bulls in limbo.
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