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Monetary policy would be so much easier if people, banks and markets obeyed the monetary authorities’ orders. In such a world, Thursday’s dictum from Mervyn King would be enough to put a stop to the pound’s recent decline. The U.K.’s central bank governor said that the pound was “probably” properly valued, after respective 6- and 7-per-cent falls against the euro and dollar so far in 2013.

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