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Brexit or Bremain? The UK-EU referendum vote explained: Jakobsen

Steen Jakobsen
Steen Jakobsen, chief economist and CIO of Saxo Bank, analyses what could happen if the UK leaves or remains within the European Union following the Brexit vote on June 23.

He explains what the Brexit vote is about, discusses the potential for volatility if the UK votes to leave, and warns that trouble is not over for the EU should the UK vote to stay.

28 May
hulle hulle
Actually it does not matter much, the "dam" has been broken. The Visegrad nations will demand the same "deminished" membership as Britain. Less is more!
15 June
OneCitizen OneCitizen
Visegrad nations? Why should they when they have been some of the better equipped at gulping EU funds?!? Poland alone is taking in 3-4x times what it pays.
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