Reflation trades fizzle, sterling holds above $1.28

LONDON (Reuters) – Stocks flatlined and gold fell on Wednesday as investors continued to question the ‘reflation’ trades that had lifted markets since the election of U.S. president Donald Trump in November, while sterling basked in the glow of a six-month high following Tuesday’s surprise news of a snap UK election.

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