- The impact of Brexit on financial markets
A deal has finally been agreed between European Union and UK, ending over four years of negotiation and safeguarding nearly a $1 trillion of annual trade - providing clarity and relief to Brexit-weary investors. On the first day of trading in 2021, markets reacted positively with the UK index of leading shares closing at its highest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Go beyond the headlines to understand how the UK will trade with the EU from January 1, 2021. Access real-time Reuters news, Datastream charts via the BREXIT app and watch interviews with political and industry experts in the Global Markets Forum.
Levels of consumer confidence in the UK and in the EU-27 have tended to track each other closely, particularly since the global financial crisis of 2008/09. Through most of 2020, UK consumers tended to be a little more pessimistic than their EU-27 counterparts. If the new trading arrangements leads to disruption in the flow of goods into the UK, this gap may be expected to widen further.
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Brexit insight in the Global Markets Forum
The Global Markets Forum, hosted in Refinitiv Messenger, covers all the key topics surrounding Brexit, including special guests and market gurus who analyze all the possible outcomes of the trade negotiations. See what’s planned for upcoming specials and catch up on some of our best interviews.
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