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How Investors Should Approach Brexit News

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How Investors Should Approach Brexit News

How Investors Should Approach Brexit News

What should investors think about when it comes to Brexit?

There's been a lot of headlines floating around based on Brexit and how Prime Minister Boris Johnson is handling the separation of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

Michael Kushma, CIO of Global Fixed Income at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, sat down with TheStreet to give investors who are nervous about Brexit some advice.

The crux of it?

Investors should probably keep calm and carry on.

"The market is priced for an average outcome.

Now, there is no average outcome.

It's either yes or no.

It looks that way--either a hard Brexit or maybe no Brexit because the deal Brexit seems to be off the table right now," said Kushma.

"So there's really no solution to this issue." Watch the full video above.

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