Published by : Aviva Investors
The FTSE 100 index has outperformed the FTSE 250 since the EU referendum. In this Q&A, Trevor Green explores the reasons why – and assesses the longer-term prospects for UK equities.
The UK’s surprise vote to leave the European Union at the referendum on June 23 had an immediate and sizable impact on the financial markets. The FTSE 100 index dropped eight per cent on the morning of June 24 before rallying slightly to close three per cent down on the day before.
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Published:05 September 2016
Business Area: Markets
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