Scottish Referendum: Why has pound fallen ahead of vote?
The pound has fallen to its lowest level in 10 months amid uncertainty about Scotland's future within the UK.
The currency fell 1% against the dollar in early trading on Monday, and also fell almost 1% against the euro.
It came after a YouGov poll suggested supporters of an independent Scotland had taken a narrow lead in the referendum debate for the first time.
The BBC's Simon Jack explains why the pound is being affected ahead of the vote on 18 September.
08 Sep 2014
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