No country for fast cash

Buyers of UK assets are in for a hair raising ride if they attempt to make a quick quid off sterling rallies and depreciations despite what seems like a measured response to news of a general election on June 8.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 20 Apr 2017

There has been talk in a securitization markets of fast money taking short term positions in UK assets following the country's vote to leave the EU last June to take advantage of a cheap pound.

Following a rally in sterling after UK prime minister Theresa May called a ...

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