The collateral consequences of Brexit (Premium)

The UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union has sent shock waves throughout financial markets. On Friday, the pound started the day down 9%, share prices were down 16% at the open and yields on British government bonds fell 0.34%. This article looks at some initial impacts of Brexit on financing and collateral markets.

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