15 June 2016 at 6:00 GMT
The Sydney Morning Herald
Who cares if the peoples of a bunch of windswept islands off the west coast of continental Europe divorce themselves from what they essentially view as a convenient trade bloc of disparate nations? According to the experts, global investors should be worried by such a separation. Why? Because risk markets – equities, and corporate and emerging market debt – don't like uncertainty, and a vote for "Brexit" would not only cast doubts on Britain's economic future, but also call into question the sustainability of the European Union itself.
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