British Pound Hits All-Time Low Against U.S. Dollar

British pound hits all-time low against u. S. Dollar

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The Dow Jones officially has closed in a bear market just as the British pound hits an all-time low against the U.S. dollar as one pound now equals roughly $1.07. NBC News’ Brian Cheung reports.

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