Anthony Rayner: Why UK investors should beware 'Brexit blindness'

Political uncertainty high throughout Europe and the US

Anthony Rayner: Why UK investors should beware 'Brexit blindness'

It is easy to assume the Brexit vote - and the related political and economic uncertainty - means UK equities should be a no-go zone for the short to medium term but, says Anthony Rayner, this misses the wider picture

As global multi-asset investors, we cannot afford to be too UK-centric and we try to look at events from a number of different angles. If we just read UK media, we could easily believe the UK is bl...

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