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What does Brexit mean for the European economies?

"European markets have suffered more than those in the UK since the vote"

By Vicky Pryce  

Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank ©Arne Dedert/DPA/PA Images

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The UK is beginning to see the first economic impacts of the shock of Brexit’s victory—as the much maligned “experts” had warned. Business investment, domestic and foreign, had weakened ahead of the vote, mergers and acquisitions activity had ground to a halt and many postponed projects were waiting for a “Remain” victory before being given the green…

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