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The FTSE indices will respond to Brexit in good time

There is little that is material to panic about—so far

By George Magnus  

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After the referendum, the UK’s most important existential event since 1945, a curtain has lifted to reveal a major political and constitutional crisis. It has only been just over a week since we heard that Britain voted to “Leave” the European Union, and for the time being we are in a vacuum. Quite who fills…

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