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A graph on a trader's screen shows the fall of pound sterling that occurred when the first general election exit poll was released on June 8, 2017, as Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is seen speaing on a television beyond, on the trading floor of ETX Capital in London on June 9, 2017, the day after Britain held a general election, in which the ruling Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority.
With Brexit talks due to begin in just over a week, Britain's shock election results may soften the government's strategy -- if there is even a government formed to negotiate in Brussels by then. The pound fell sharply amid fears the Conservative leader will be unable to form a government and could even be forced out of office after a troubled campaign overshadowed by two terror attacks. / AFP PHOTO / Glyn KIRK        (Photo credit should read GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)
A graph on a trader's screen shows the fall of pound sterling that occurred when the first general election exit poll was released on June 8, 2017, as Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is seen speaing on a television beyond, on the trading floor of ETX Capital in London on June 9, 2017, the day after Britain held a general election, in which the ruling Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority.
With Brexit talks due to begin in just over a week, Britain's shock election results may soften the government's strategy -- if there is even a government formed to negotiate in Brussels by then. The pound fell sharply amid fears the Conservative leader will be unable to form a government and could even be forced out of office after a troubled campaign overshadowed by two terror attacks. / AFP PHOTO / Glyn KIRK        (Photo credit should read GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)

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