Euro hits 1-year low vs sterling after ECB Draghi comments
LONDON Jan 9 (Reuters) - The euro fell to its lowest against sterling in a year after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said the bank was firming up its guidance that interest rates would stay very low for an extended period.
The euro fell to 82.27 pence, down a quarter of one percent on the day and the lowest since January last year.
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