Invested: What the Brexit fall-out will mean for investors
Brexit gives rise to multiple issues for companies to consider, but investors should focus on the opportunities and threats the fall-out throws up
It is hard to identify a developed nation from the past half century that has decided to inflict as much damage on itself, its economy and its people as Britain has by its vote to leave the European Union.
The commitment has been made without any idea of the shape of the future relationship between itself and its trading partners. It has been done on the back of optimism about building new trading relationships with...
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