The election of a minority Tory government has thrown the UK into another bout of political uncertainty, yet investors are not rushing to ditch sterling. Kit Juckes of Societe Generale and Simon Derrick of BNY Melllon tell Roger Blitz why its relative cheapness and prospects of a soft Brexit are keeping the pound afloat, but they doubt whether the currency can withstand the turbulence of a hung parliament

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