UK Economics

UK Economics Update

1 April, 2019

Second Round of Indicative Votes on Brexit

The inability of Parliament to reach a consensus on a Brexit outcome in tonight’s second round of indicative votes leaves the economy and the financial markets in limbo and Parliament in one hell of a pickle. After rising throughout the day to $1.31, the pound fell a touch after the result to $1.30.

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