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Behind The Headlines: Brexit with Stephanie Flanders

With weeks until the vote on the EU referendum, Stephanie Flanders talks about the impact Brexit is having on markets.

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Flanders, chief market strategist for UK and Europe for JP Morgan Asset Management, tells Fund Strategy editor Laura Suter that the outlook is mixed in the run-up to the Brexit vote, with some domestically-oriented companies looking oversold.

While sterling has seen the greatest impact of the uncertainty, the results of polls and bookmaker predictions ahead of the vote will determine any relief rally the currency may see, she adds.

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Harry Katz 6 months ago

I notice that JP Morgan is one of the firms advising employees that there could well be a cull in the event of BREXIT.

Comparisons with the US$ and the € are a little spurious. Just compare with a solid currency 9.5% down against the Swiss Franc since the start of the year. 7% down against the Singapore $ , 9.5% against the Norwegian Krone and 12.8% down against the Yen.

No doubt the BREXITERS will be in denial as usual.

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Harry Katz 6 months ago

I notice that JP Morgan is one of the firms advising employees that there could well be a cull in the event of BREXIT.

Comparisons with the US$ and the € are a little spurious. Just compare with a solid currency 9.5% down against the Swiss Franc since the start of the year. 7% down against the Singapore $ , 9.5% against the Norwegian Krone and 12.8% down against the Yen.

No doubt the BREXITERS will be in denial as usual.