Sentiment towards UK equities dives to 18-month low

All UK assets recorded negative sentiment

Tom Eckett
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Investor sentiment falls amid Brexit concerns
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Investor sentiment falls amid Brexit concerns

Investor sentiment towards UK assets has reached lower levels than in the aftermath of the General Election or the UK's vote to leave the European Union, according to the Lloyds Bank Investor Sentiment index for September.

The monthly index, which measures net investor sentiment towards an asset class, showing the difference between those with a positive and a negative outlook for the next six months, has indicated a fall...

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