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Pound 2-Year High Shows Bets Scotland Votes 'No'
Currency traders are betting that Scottish nationalists' bid for independence will fail today. The pound strengthened to the highest level versus the euro in two years as Scotland's electorate voted on whether to end its three-century-old union with the U.K.
Bets for volatile British pound soar as Scotland votes  
As Scottish voters decide on the future of the U.K.'s...  
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