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Sterling fell to a fresh 31-year low against the dollar as Asian markets opened on Wednesday.
The pound hit $1.2861, more than 15% below the levels seen on the day of the EU referendum, in early trading.
Against the euro sterling fell one per cent below Tuesday's closing figure to €1.1625, its lowest level since 2013.
The slide follows a sharp drop on Tuesday following poor performance figures for the UK's dominant service sector.
ITV News' economics editor, Noreena Hertz, explores the Bank of England's announcement that they are to help boost lending by up to £150 billion.
In a speech on Tuesday, Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England warned of "challenging" time ahead following the Brexit vote.