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TD Asset Management – Current Perspectives
A year ago, it seemed likely that debt-ridden Greece would be the first country to exit
the 28-country European Union (EU). However, that distinction now looks likely to go
to the United Kingdom (UK). In the British leave/remain referendum held on June 23rd,
voters decided that Britain should leave the EU, marking the beginning of what is being
David Atkins, Portfolio Manager, Value Partners Investments
On June 23, the UK voted in a referendum to either leave or remain in the European Union (EU) and is commonly referred to as ‘Brexit’. The leave surprisingly won by 52% to 48%. The European Union has been striving for free trade and freedom of movement for decades; however, Britain’s actions are obviously […]
Matthews Asia Perspective: Brexit
The recent announcement affirming the U.K.’s vote to exit the European Union has many ramifications—many of which affect millions of people in a negative way. Some refer to Friday’s announcement as a Black Swan event. Regardless of how the event is characterized , the fact is that the exact implications are largely unknown, the potential for a […]
Highlights of the EU Referendum Results:
The UK voted 51.9% in favour to leave the EU, with 72.2% voter turnout.
Scotland and Northern Ireland voted strongly favour of remaining as part of the EU (62% and 55.8% respectively). England and Wales voted to leave by a relatively narrow margin. Voter turnout in these four nations was strongest in England (73%), […]
Reprinted with permission from Dynamic Funds
In what is described as a historic and generational event, the U.K. has voted to leave the European Union. It becomes the first major country to decide to leave the bloc. As the geopolitical and economic impacts unfold, global financial markets have already reacted. Our portfolio managers provide their initial assessment.
This was […]