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On June 23 the UK will finally be holding its long-anticipated referendum to decide whether it will or will not remain part of the European Union. The potential for this so-called Brexit creates an additional level of uncertainty in the financial markets and not just for those companies with a presence in the UK.
The upcoming merger of the London Stock Exchange (LSEG) and Deutsche Boerse (DB), subject to regulatory approval, is another factor contributing to market volatility on top of the already dampening effects of a China slowdown, declining oil prices and US Fed policy.
increased volatility runs counter to concerns ... (read more)