JP Morgan AM's Stephanie Flanders urges 'global view' post-Brexit

European assets 'still moderately well supported'

Nicola Brittain
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JP Morgan AM's Stephanie Flanders urges 'global view' post-Brexit

Investors must expect short-term volatility but take a 'global view' during the Brexit fall-out, according to Stephanie Flanders, chief market strategist for Europe at JP Morgan Asset Management.

Arguing her case in the firm's latest quarterly Guide to the Markets report released this morning, Flanders said that while UK corporate investment, the value of the currency and Europe's economic ...

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