UK fund managers are positioning their portfolios for a rally in financials later this year amid predictions a Brexit deal will finally be agreed between the UK and the EU, paving the way for higher interest rates.
Although it was expected the Bank of England (BoE) would follow the Federal Reserve's path in hiking rates this year, growing concerns around the Brexit negotiations prompted analysts to rein in rate rise...
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