'No confidence win changes little': Managers warn markets will remain 'skittish' despite May's victory

Sterling and FTSE 100 rallied on Wednesday

Tom Eckett
Photos: Jim Mattis/Creative Commons CC BY 2.0/iStockphoto

Photos: Jim Mattis/Creative Commons CC BY 2.0/iStockphoto

Fund managers have warned investors need to remain flexible despite Prime Minister Theresa May's no-confidence vote win, as it will do little to ease the pressure on markets.

On Wednesday night, the Prime Minister survived a vote of no confidence as leader of the Conservative Party, with the backing of 200 MPs. With just 117 MPs voting against May, this means no further...

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