Investment Conundrums: Quilter Cheviot's McIntosh on why Brexit fears will be unfounded just like Y2K bug

Less bullish view on markets

Laura Dew
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Alan McIntosh of Quilter Cheviot
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Alan McIntosh of Quilter Cheviot

Market fears over the upcoming departure of the UK from the European Union (EU) on 29 March are becoming like the 'Y2K bug', according to Quilter Cheviot's chief investment strategist Alan McIntosh.

In the run-up to the new millennium panic set in as firms worried about their computers crashing as the date ticked over to 2000, a phenomenon known as the 'Y2K bug', which could have potentially crashed...

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