This morning the pound (GBP) reached its lowest level since the 1980s, as Brexit turmoil continues.
It fell just below $1.20 ($1.1959), its lowest since October 2016 and is worth less than €1.10 against the euro.
MPs are planning to introduce a bill this afternoon to stop a no-deal Brexit on October 31st.
The bill would force the Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask for another Brexit extension up to January 31st, unless MPs approve a new deal, or vote in favour of a no-deal exit, by October 19th.
However, as of this afternoon the pound is back in business, off around 0.35% currently — just above the $1.20 marker.
The increase came immediately after anti-no-deal MPs submitted a motion for an emergency debate on Brexit said to happen later on today.