The firms that will thrive as Brexit unfolds

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Abby Glennie of Standard Life Investments
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Abby Glennie of Standard Life Investments

UK markets have become increasingly volatile, as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms ever larger.

It also feels as though growth is increasingly difficult to come by, which raises the question: what premium should investors pay for growth?  As we have observed over the years, tougher economic conditions tend to reveal the corporate world's winners and losers. In the UK, markets have been buoyant for several years thanks to a number of factors, including extremely accommodative monetary policy, low borrowing costs, good economic growth, improving consumer confidence and high levels of employment.  Miton's Jane: Are growth stocks overvalued? But with interest rates ticking up ...

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