Brexit, Merkel and passives bubble: Investment Week's most read of 2017

Elections and market warnings dominate most read list

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Investmentweek.co.uk's most read of the year

From Brexit to European elections, Tesco's Booker bid and interest rate decisions, we reveal what Investment Week readers have been clicking on throughout 2017.

From Brexit to European elections, Tesco's Booker bid and interest rate decisions, we reveal what Investment Week readers have been clicking on throughout 2017. The slides are in descending order of...

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