Brexit, Trump, tech: Three predictions for 2019

Views from The Share Centre CEO

The Share Centre's Richard Stone gives his forecasts for 2019

The Share Centre's Richard Stone gives his forecasts for 2019

Richard Stone, chief executive at The Share Centre, outlines three things he believes could happen in 2019.

1. Brexit It is impossible to look very far into 2019 without having to make some call as to the outcome of the current Brexit turmoil. The issue that has dominated British political discourse during 2018 and increasing weighed on market sentiment looks like it is coming to a head in the early weeks of 2019. Personally, I voted Leave and would continue to argue that we should leave the EU. However, I am increasingly of the view that this is looking less likely. The EU has, not unreasonably given the political machinations in the UK, in my view concluded that if they hold a firm line t...

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