Scotland has voted to remain part of the United Kingdom with the “NO” vote at last count registering 55.4% versus 44.6% for the “Yes vote . As a result GBP is stronger versus the lows seen yesterday but off the highs see last night at 1.6523. The Yen is decidedly weaker ( 108.81 ) versus the dollar and other crosses . This follows on the governments revised view of the economy for September after a slowing in consumption. In Europe, the market seems to have to taken a delayed reaction approach to yesterdays subdued reception to the ECB’s first Targeted long term refinancing ( TLTRO) operation with the EURO ( 1.2871) trading lower this morning. US Dollar strength is also seen versus other dollars with AUD,CAD and NZD all showing similar declines .