Five years on from the EU Referendum, what does the future hold for UK markets?

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Five years on from the EU Referendum, what does the future hold for UK markets?

Today (23 June) marks the fifth anniversary of the EU referendum, which saw the UK public vote to withdraw from the bloc. The outcome sent shockwaves through financial markets, with sterling sharply decreasing in value in the immediate aftermath, while the UK's economic forecasts for the coming years were quickly revised downwards. Bailey: BoE cannot prevent all Brexit disruption to financial services The five years since the referendum hasn't provided much more certainty for markets, with two General Elections leading to three different Prime Ministers in the UK, while globally t...

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