LONDON, May 22- Sterling hovered near a 7- year high against a trade-weighted basket of currencies on Friday, buoyed by recent data bolstering a view that the British economy was outperforming its peers. The currency had taken a knock earlier this week after UK inflation fell below zero in April for the first time in 55 years. "Aside from inflation risks, the UK...» Read More
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