The UK is on schedule to leave the EU by the end of January 2020 and the next steps in the Brexit divorce will have wide-ranging effects on businesses and investors. While many factors since the 2016 referendum have precluded progress in negotiations to date, a recent confluence of coincidences may raise the odds of the UK ending up better off post-Brexit.
In episode 17 of The Flip Side podcast series, Marvin Barth, Head of FX & EM Macro Research, and Fabrice Montagné, Chief UK Economist, debate whether a weakened global economy, geopolitical shifts, and the UK’s technological prowess are combining to offer a more favorable backdrop for negotiations ahead.
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