The pound increased to US$1.6139 this week after climbing to US$1.6163 on Sept. 18, the highest since Jan. 11. Sterling rose 0.7 percent to ￡0.8392 per euro after appreciating to ￡0.8353 on Sept. 18.
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Asian currencies tumble on fears of US shutdown
AMERICAN ANXIETY:The week’s biggest losers were Indonesia and Malaysia, as the region became more cautious ahead of the key US budget vote next week
Bloomberg and staff writer, with CNA
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