Sentiment towards UK assets hit in July as Brexit concerns weigh

UK equities saw the biggest fall

Tom Eckett
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Sentiment towards UK assets hit in July as Brexit concerns weigh
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Sentiment towards UK assets hit in July as Brexit concerns weigh

UK assets saw the biggest fall in sentiment this month as concerns around the government's handling of Brexit weighed, according to the Lloyds Bank Investor Sentiment index.

The monthly index, which measures net investor sentiment towards an asset class, found UK equities and UK property posted the largest drop in sentiment between June and July, declining 7.2 percentage points...

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