Sterling decreased on Monday 20th April as the death toll from COVID-19 increased and officials said it was too soon to talk about easing the lockdown implemented to stop the virus spreading further. Sterling fell 0.3% against both the dollar and the euro, trading last at $1.2468 and at 87.16 pence respectively (source Reuters).
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