Effect of an increase in uncertainty on dollar exchange rate, Microeconomics

As stock markets have crashed, and uncertainty has increased, consumers move their money to the safest currencies and countries in the world.  Predict the effects of an increase in uncertainty on GBP/U.S. dollar exchange rates.

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