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More countries ground Boeing 737 MAX planes as FAA says it's safe to fly

Australia and Singapore are the latest countries to temporarily ground all Boeing 737 MAX planes, after the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday. The US Federal Aviation Administration says the plane is safe to fly, but published a list of actions it ordered Boeing to take after last year's Lion Air crash. Also today, the pound sterling rises on optimism about Theresa May's latest assurances from the European Union on Brexit.

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