Friday November 27, 2020

What Brexit could mean for your money and your business

The prospect of Britain leaving the EU is causing widespread jitters. What will it really mean?

19th June, 2016
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For investors, , the big question is not how to deal with the next few days, but how to proceed if they wake up to a very different investment landscape on June 24

With less than a week to go until British voters decide on the future of their country’s relationship with Europe, investors and markets are very jittery indeed.

Britain’s benchmark Ftse 100 index dipped below 6,000 last week for the first time since February, but regained some ground to finish the week just above the 6,000 barrier. Investors are flocking to safer territory, pushing yields on German ten-year bonds – a traditional safe haven...

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