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Brexit: news and insights

With Britain's decision to exit the EU dominating domestic politics and market sentiment, we share the views from across our economic and investment teams.

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Populism in Europe

The UK’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) has triggered some extreme predictions of a referenda ripple effect and EU failure.

Read our thoughts

 Article

03 November 2016

European Equities team, Invesco Perpetual

John Greenwood economic update

Following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, John Greenwood provides his views on the implications for the UK economy, whether we can expect any policy changes from the European Central Bank, and on the potential effects on the US and Emerging Market economies.

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 Video

08 July 2016

John Greenwood, Chief Economist, Invesco Ltd

EU referendum: our initial thoughts as the UK decides to leave

Following the UK's historic decision to leave the European Union (EU), we share the initial views from across our economic and investment teams as to what this result may now mean for markets and investment strategy.

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Article

24 June 2016

Invesco Perpetual

Brexit: risks and opportunities

A roundtable discussion about what a yes or no vote could mean for investors in June's EU referendum.

Read about the potential effects of a Brexit

Article

19 April 2016

Nick Mustoe, Chief Investment Officer, Invesco Perpetual

Brexit: the gloves are off

Will Britain stick or twist? The referendum date is set but there are still a lot of unknowns whether the UK will be better off staying in or voting to leave the European Union.

Mark assesses the arguments from both camps

Article

29 February 2016

Mark Cranley, Assistant Economist, Invesco Ltd

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