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Deal or delay? Wall Street doesn't believe no-deal Brexit threat

Reuters Friday, 15 February 2019
Deal or delay? Wall Street doesn't believe no-deal Brexit threatAs the United Kingdom's Brexit crisis deepens, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan have differing views of the ultimate outcome but the two titans of Wall Street agree on one thing: They don't believe there will be a no-deal Brexit.
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News video: Barclay: 'Brexit deal or delay not government policy'

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The Brexit Secretary has played down a report that Theresa May could force MPs to choose between backing her deal or accepting a delay to EU withdrawal. ITV News said chief UK negotiator Olly Robbins was overheard in a Brussels bar saying the EU was likely to allow an extension to the Brexit process....

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