With Article 50 officially triggered, Hargreaves Lansdown takes a look at the top ten best and worst performing FTSE 100 stocks since the UK voted to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016.
Sterling's decline hugely benefitted the FTSE 100 which has risen 19.1% since the vote. After slumping 10% to $1.33 on June 24, a 31-year low, sterling continued to fall and has hovered around the $1.25...
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