Markets 'bored of constant Brexit drama'

As May agrees 31 October extension

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Some fund managers expect Prime Minister Theresa May to step aside due to her handling of the withdrawal process
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Some fund managers expect Prime Minister Theresa May to step aside due to her handling of the withdrawal process

Markets shrugged off news of a six-month delay to the UK's deadline to depart from the European Union, with markets now "bored of the constant drama" associated with Brexit, although asset managers warn the country's economy will continue to suffer as the process is dragged out.

The UK has been set a 31 October deadline for its departure from the EU, after talks in Brussels on 10 April left the country on course to take part in May's European elections or risk leaving with no...

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