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This guest article was written by Charles-Henri Sabet, CEO of London Capital Group.
The Brexit has been a leading driver in the financial markets over the last six months and has clearly injected a sizeable amount of volatility both in the currency, equity and bond markets. Given the risks and the implications surrounding such a historical event, all types of investors, from retail to institutional, found themselves profoundly involved with Britain’s EU membership issue. Hence, Britain’s decision to ‘Remain’ or to ‘Leave’ is no longer considered as a national matter but an important global event.
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