UK investors believe 'government does not have their back' on Brexit

According to EISA survey

Mike Sheen
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More than half of investors worse off than before referendum
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More than half of investors worse off than before referendum

The majority of UK investors believe the government is failing the financial services sector in its approach to Brexit negotiations, with half worse off today than they were before the referendum.

A survey commissioned by the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) found 59% of UK investors - amounting to 17 million people, according to the report - do not think the government is doing a...

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