The UK's economy is "flexible" enough to handle the consequences of a no-deal Brexit even if the immediate aftermath of such an outcome results in a sterling and domestic equities sell-off, according to chief economist at BNY Mellon Investment Management Shamik Dhar.
The former chief economist and director for economics at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, who joined the firm in September, is bullish on UK equities, which he said will ultimately be boosted as a...
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