This outcome has fuelled hopes of an extension to the Brexit deadline to January 2020 unless MPs approve a soft/hard EU-UK divorce by October 19. In the meantime, UK PM Boris Johnson is expected to meet EC’s Jean-Claude Juncker in Luxembourg on Monday. The cross is retreating 0.63% at 0.8910 and a drop below 0.8899 would expose 0.8891 and then 0.8840 . On the upside, the next hurdle lines up at 0.9031 followed by 0.9053 and then 0.9148 .
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