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The pound fell to $1.1032 at noon London time, a few hours after the measures were announced in the House of Commons.
The pound has fallen sharply against the dollar this year, reaching levels not seen since 1985 this month. Friday’s measures were heralded by the government as a new era for the UK, focused on growth, and include a mix of tax cuts and investment incentives for businesses.
The Bank of England said on Thursday that the UK economy was likely already in recession as interest rates were raised by 50 basis points.
Two-year UK government bond yields rose by their highest daily rate since 2009, Reuters reported Friday, and 10-year yields saw their largest daily gain since 1998. Yields move inversely in prices.