Fidelity's Himsworth: We are holding extra liquidity to exploit Brexit-related market dips

Fidelity's Leigh Himsworth

Fidelity's Leigh Himsworth

It is easy in times of political fear and uncertainty to be 'trapped in the headlights' as opposed to thinking ahead and investing for the future. According to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey, global investors have been selling UK stocks at their fastest rate since May 2016.

Factors such as looming trade wars between the US and seemingly the rest of world, and the prospect of Brexit are spreading fear through markets, with the latter point making the UK look highly appealing...

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