On Thursday 23rd June the British Public case their vote in the EU referendum, with a narrow win for the Leave Campaign. The result sent shockwaves across equity, bond and currency markets and uncertainty reigns until we know how and when the separation will occur. However, immediate losses have not been as bad as some feared and George Osborne and Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, have both stated that there are significant contingency plans in place.
Read our Market Review and Outlook for an overview of the last 3 months and some of our thoughts for the next quarter:
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