Will Brexit wreck it for UK credit?

Columbia Threadneedle
By October 28, 2019 11:13

Will Brexit wreck it for UK credit?

It is our view that the potentially negative impacts of an unruly departure from the EU are likely to be felt more acutely by the economy itself rather than credit markets As we approach 31 October and the UK’s deadline for leaving the European Union, we should consider the potential negative implications of this for UK credit investment. The first thing to note is that no one knows with any certainty what form Brexit will eventually take. This means the outcome will not necessarily be negative for the economy or, indeed, financial markets. Given there is still a possibility of no Brexit at all, the effect could in fact be positive for markets.

Columbia Threadneedle
By October 28, 2019 11:13

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