Why Is the British Pound so Strong?

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The strength of the British pound is due to a stable British economy, low levels of inflation, high interest rates levied to consumers and weaknesses of other major currencies. The pound remained stable during the euro zone crisis.
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Strong pound is a result of many factors. Stable economy, low inflation, relatively high interest rates and weakness of other major currencies.
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