There's been little change in Sterling this morning or since last night's televised leadership debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.
Maike Currie, investment director at Fidelity, told the Today Programme earlier: "I think the currency has reflected the fact that there was no real knockout blow from either candidate."
She says sterling has been the barometer for Brexit uncertainty and the currency is now likely to focus on whether we get a deal.
"Going into 2020 there are estimates the pound could hit $1.45 if we get a deal. If there's no deal and delay and dithering it could fall to $1.10."