Brexit

What's worrying investors? Five threats that could derail the bull market

Sterling has fallen to its lowest level in two months on the back of two big political events - the UK government has received the green light to trigger Brexit, while at the same time Scotland has set the first wheels in motio

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Budget 2017: economy talked up - but are Brexit and inflation being underestimated?

Chancellor Philip Hammond played up the strength of the UK economy, which has surprised on the high side since last June's Brexit vote, at the start of his 60-minute long spring Budget speech.

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Asking prices fall as house hunters get nervous over Brexit

Almost a third of houses on the market today have been reduced in price since they were first listed, with Brexit-related uncertainty being cited as a reason.

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Banish Brexit denial and buy safety

The problem with intellectuals, by and large, is that they have at their hearts a vanity - their own intellect.

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Property funds now holding more than 20 per cent in cash

Cash weightings in open-ended UK commercial property funds have risen to over 20 per cent, compared to around 10-15 per cent around six months ago, after a difficult year for the sector.

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Where next for the pound: how low can it go?

Sterling has recorded its biggest one-day rise since last June's Brexit vote; one day on from posting its biggest slump in over three months.

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How to make a success of Brexit, according to the CBI

While prime minister Theresa May has promised to set out her Brexit strategy in the new year, the CBI argues that the UK’s new relationship with the European Union must meet the needs of every sector of the economy to be a succ

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How the UK business landscape is shaping post-Brexit

Three chief executives from the aerospace, tech and financial industries said the UK should remain as closely as possible within EU regulation and expressed significant worries that transitional arrangements won’t be announced

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