UK issuers: a lesson in pessimism

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By Tyler Davies
17 Sep 2020

Recent Brexit developments prove that UK banks were right to pile into the market earlier this year.

There was always likely to be volatility in the run-up to the country's EU exit date in 2021.

Trade talks have been advancing very slowly between the two sides, and the negotiating red lines have often appeared irreconcilable.

But the UK government pushed the market to consider a doomsday scenario ...

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