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CFTC: CFTC data showed that speculative accounts.....>

CFTC: CFTC data showed that speculative accounts had a net sterling short of
-10,161 contracts as per Sept. 12, versus -46,085 contracts last week. This
compared to the net short of -107,844 contracts seen March 21, which was a new
record. Sterling closed at $1.3503 on Sept. 19 and held near $1.3527 late
Friday. On Wednesday, cable topped out at $1.3657, which was the highest since
early June 24, the day after Brexit, when the pair traded in a wide $1.3229 to
$1.5018 range. Given the run-up since Tuesday, sterling shorts may have been
trimmed further. 

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