Credit ratings agency also said it expected “limited” Brexit-related spillovers into the eurozone.
Chief investment officer says the UK is “relatively naïve” to assume Brexit negotiations will be amicable.
Managers fear shorting ‘danger’, despite possible opportunities arising from Italian banks’ woes
Mixed picture in European and US markets while sterling moves higher after Bank of England holds fire.
Latest addition to range which uses a strategy aligned with Warren Buffet’s approach.
Stock markets stabilise after tumultuous week.
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Turbulence has ripped through Europe so far this year, so what is the position with markets? Craig Rickman finds out.
After enduring its most volatile period in more than 20 years, sterling is trying to regain its foothold.
The ‘Leave’ vote is just the beginning of the UK’s arduous journey towards Brexit, and creates as many questions as it answers.
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