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No-deal Brexit could mean strategy change
Would reduce investor payments by £1bn a year
Accuses Department for International Trade of complacency
When we look back at 2018, the market made several mistakes.
What should investors look out for?
Statutory instruments to be enforced from 29 March
Follows last night's vote
As we begin 2019, there are several key risks facing global asset markets.
Trade truce stalling tactic not peace pact
Greater dependency on UK growth companies needed
QT a big risk
Possible options before 29 March
May's deal defeated
Elections and oil prices among top talking points
'No confidence win changes little': Managers warn markets will remain 'skittish' despite May's victory
Sterling and FTSE 100 rallied on Wednesday
Next year's general election set to dominate market discussion
WTI fell 7% on Tuesday
Brexit deal still crucial
Improving prospects in Japan
It is easy in times of political fear and uncertainty to be 'trapped in the headlights' as opposed to thinking ahead and investing for the future. According to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey, global investors have been selling...
Looming threat of no deal