Brexit and the UK consumer with Investec UK Alpha
Managing Director, Darius McDermott, discusses Brexit uncertainty and choppy outlook for 2019 with...
When Lewis Carroll helped Humpty Dumpty explain the practice of combining words in ‘Through the Looking-Glass’ in 1871, I doubt he ever expected there would be a referendum on a portmanteau 150 years later.
But that’s what we have: Brexit. Two meanings packed up into one word.
As the debate heats up, we asked you if you would adjust your investments in any way. A resounding majority of 60% said they would leave their investment portfolios unaltered. This seems a sensible stance; no one really knows how either outcome will impact stock markets, although some volatility should definitely be expected.
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