LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling jumped on Wednesday, rebounding off a two-week low, after a Bloomberg report that the United Kingdom and Germany were prepared to drop a key sticking point on Brexit negotiations fuelled hopes of a breakthrough in talks.
Investing.com - The pound surged on Wednesday following reports that Germany and the UK are set to drop key Brexit demands, while the dollar retreated from near one-and-a-half week highs on gains in sterling.
Bitcoin dropped below $7,000 a few minutes before press time, in a move that warrants caution as a possible bull trap.
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