Brexit

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The UK has voted to leave the European Union (EU), which has caused sterling and stock markets to fall sharply as investors assess the economic implications for the UK and the EU. The result raises difficult political and constitutional questions and we now face an extended period of uncertainty, particularly now David Cameron has indicated that he will step down.

Politics will have a significant impact on financial markets in the short to medium term, and there is even a chance that the UK will ultimately remain in the EU.

View our latest investment update on Brexit.

 

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Brexit and 100 days of Trump

Ed Smith, Rathbones asset allocation strategist, spoke at ‘Brexit and 100 days of Trump’, an event in our Liverpool office on 3 May. Here is a summary of Eds presentation.
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