The secular growth stocks bucking the Brexit negativity

Richard Hallett of Marlborough

Richard Hallett of Marlborough

The challenges facing the UK economy are clear. Brexit uncertainty is affecting business and consumer confidence, while also contributing to a difficult political backdrop.

While GDP is not flatlining, forecast growth of 1.5% for 2018 is down on previous years and lags behind most European economies. Brexit Blog: May's office confirms vote will go ahead on 11 December Many UK-listed companies are international businesses earning most of their revenues overseas, but global growth has softened too. Some global industrial names like Caterpillar are reporting a weaker outlook and we are seeing signs of cost inflation, in the form of rising wages and higher commodity prices.  However, these macroeconomic concerns should not be allowed to obscure what is a ...

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