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EU corporates can still thrive despite Brexit shock (SWMC)
tuart Mitchell, manager of the SWMC European Fund, expects UK and European authorities to 'do whatever it takes' to calm financial markets in the wake of the Brexit vote. While Mitchell believes UK growth will be impacted, he is still positive on the ability of...
T. Rowe Price: chance of global recession is 50%
Arif Husain, the head of international fixed income at T. Rowe Price , believes there is a high probability of a global recession following the UK's vote to leave the EU. "Those who believe Brexit is a UK problem are misunderstanding the impact it will have globally....
FTI Consulting Survey Shows Deep Concern Regarding Economic Impact of Brexit on UK and EU Member States
FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE:FCN), the global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organisations protect and enhance their enterprise value, today announced findings from a survey gauging global institutional investors’ immediate reactions to the UK referendum...
Skagen: Brexit makes waves
The UK voted to leave the European Union yesterday. This was a largely unexpected result and the stock markets are falling in response. Ahead of the referendum, the markets had priced in the fact that the UK would vote to remain a member of the EU. As a result,...
UK’s Brexit vote to have wide repercussions
Results from the UK’s referendum on membership of the European Union (EU) indicate that voters have decided the UK should leave the EU. This result is likely to have wide political, economic and financial market repercussions, leading us to alter our economic and...
EU Referendum : Fixed income market commentary
By Jim Leaviss, M&G’s head of Retail Fixed Interest The UK’s landmark vote to ‘Leave’ the European Union (EU) was not anticipated by global markets. Financial markets had very much expected a ‘Remain’ vote, in line with the last opinion polls, and there...
Schroders: Britain votes for Brexit; but where do investors go from here?
The UK’s vote to exit the European Union (EU) has sent a seismic shock through financial markets. Many market participants have been caught by surprise by the outcome and appear to have been poorly positioned for the “Out” vote. Over the past week or so, therehas...
Fidelity's O' Nolan: Central bank action likely after UK Leave vote
Kevin O’Nolan, portfolio manager at Fidelity Solutions, says of the Brexit result: “With Britain voting to leave the EU, we are likely to see significant volatility – particularly for UK assets - the market having almost completely priced in a vote to remain....
BNY Mellon about implications Brexit
As the UK has decided today to leave the EU, our investment experts analyse the short and long-term implications of the outcome. Impact on Sterling Paul Lambert, Head of Currency, Insight Investment: “This historic outcome is likely to have a lasting impact...
Schroders: Risk-off sentiment prevails as the market reaction quickly prices in the uncertainty
Rory Bateman, Fund manager, Head of UK & European Equities bij Schroders noemt tien punten waarmee beleggers vandaag rekening moeten houden naar aanleiding van de uitslag van het EU-referendum. Rory Bateman There are so many issues and permutations...
Brexit beats Bremain: markets in turmoil
Brexit outcome sends shock wave through markets “Brexit” it is. The news that a majority of British voters want to leave the EU has sent a shock wave through financial markets. Investors must now digest the uncertainty created by the referendum and markets will...
Referendum result: Market reactions by Columbia Threadneedle's investment team
Mark Burgess, CIO EMEA and Global Head of Equities The result was a surprise to financial markets. Not surprisingly, equity markets are going to be quite weak today, with sterling assets more broadly quite weak. The thing that markets hate most is uncertainty...
First views on overnight market reaction by M&G
The biggest reaction has been in sterling, which has fallen 10% overnight against the dollar. There has been a predictable flight to safe haven currencies including the yen and swiss franc. We won’t know until US markets open but the early indications from...
Bond market reaction to UK “Leave” vote
Market commentary from Jim Leaviss, Head of Retail Fixed Interest, M&G Investments The UK has voted to “Leave” the EU. We’re seeing some significant moves in fixed income assets first thing this morning as financial markets had very much discounted a “Remain”...
‘This could lead to a global recession’: T. Rowe Price reacts to Brexit vote
Managers from T. Rowe Price , the $765bn global asset manager, react to the UK public’s decision to leave the European Union. Arif Husain, head of international fixed income at T. Rowe Price : “Those who believe Brexit is a UK problem are misunderstanding...