By Jonathan Davies

The price of the pound sterling has fallen to its lowest level in 10 months following the result of a YouGov poll on Scottish Independence.

The pound fell 1% on Asian markets to $1.6165 and almost 1% against the euro to €1.2527.

It comes after a YouGov poll suggested the 'Yes' campaign in the Scottish referendum debate had gained a narrow lead. It was the first poll to show the 'Yes' campaign having a lead and sparked a number of political measures by the 'No' campaign.

The poll, published by the Sunday Times, suggested that 51% of those who said they have made their mind up will be voting 'Yes', compared to 49% who said they will vote 'No'.

The Scottish public will vote 'Yes' or 'No' on the referendum question "Should Scotland be an independent country?" on 18 September.

Would you like Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom? Or are you happy for it to go independent? You can email your reactions to editor@freshbusinessthinking.com

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