Investors have remained bullish on the UK despite the political noise caused by the outcome of the snap election, according to the Lloyds Bank Investor Sentiment index.
In June, sentiment towards UK equities rose by 4.82 percentage points to 13.5%, while on a 12-month view it is up 7.04 percentage points, highlighting investor confidence on the prospects of the UK. ...
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