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Economists Warn No Brexit Is More Likely Than A Disorderly Brexit In Reuters Poll

WorldNews Thursday, 18 April 2019
Economists Warn No Brexit Is More Likely Than A Disorderly Brexit In Reuters PollA new poll published on Thursday morning said economists believe the chances of Brexit being canceled are greater than the chances of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union without a deal in place. The EUU agreed to delay Brexit until the end of October last week after additional requests from London to avoid the risk of an abrupt departure, which both policymakers and investors are concerned could rock both economies. The latest Reuters survey was conducted from April 12-17 with 15 percent believing Britain and the EU will part ways in an orderly fashion without any deal being agreed upon, which is the lowest rate since Reuters began asking that question in July 2017. Only one of 51...
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