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* Trading for year ended 31 July 2016 is now expected to be slightly ahead of board's previous expectations Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
LONDON, June 23 Sterling surged against major currencies on Thursday after a YouGov poll suggested Britons have voted to keep the country in the European Union, a relief for investors who had feared a Brexit would trigger uncertainty and volatility across world markets.
June 22 Sterling rose to its highest level of the year against the U.S. dollar in late trading on Wednesday after a poll by YouGov for The Times newspaper in London showed the camp pushing for Britain to remain in the European Union ahead of the movement to leave.
LONDON Three of six opinion polls published ahead of a June 23 referendum showed a shift toward keeping Britain in the European Union, but the race still looked too close to call.
* Sterling fell as much as 1.2 pct (Adds comparison to previous Opinium poll)
LONDON Two polls on Saturday showed voters were still closely divided over whether to end Britain's European Union membership, a day after another survey put the 'Leave' campaign 10 points ahead, underlining the contradictory polling less than two weeks before the referendum.