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Jill Kerby - Financial Matters

Brexit causes wallet anxiety as gold-buying increases

17th February, 2019
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Oxford students gather for a graduation ceremony: many Irish people have children studying in Britain Pic: Getty

It’s hard to miss those radio adverts from Enterprise Ireland for companies to get themselves “Brexit ready”. With just 40 days to go before Britain possibly crashes out of the EU, where are the helpful state organisations and radio ads for the rest of us?

Lots of us have personal financial interests across the water. We have insurance contracts and pensions with British life companies, including some which are still sitting with...

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