The triggering of article 50: What happens next?
Global stock markets held their collective breath on 23rd June 2016 when the UK population went to the polls to vote on the EU referendum. The following day saw many global stock markets fall significantly only to recover significantly over the proceeding weeks. The FTSE 100 saw wild gyrations in its constituents’ share prices not just on the following day but also over the following weeks.
This report aims to guide the reader on the outlook of future negotiations between the UK and EU and highlight five stocks that have the potential to attractive investment returns going forward.
Post Article 50 Special Report Key Topics:
5 Stock for the Brexit Negotiations
A Recent Guide from History: The Brexit Reaction
The Impact of Foreign Exchange
Trade-off: Growth vs Sentiment
Triggering Article 50: What Happens Next?
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