It’s been three years since the UK voted to leave the EU. We look at what’s happened to the economy and markets, and what’s next for investors.
Recent economic data from the UK has improved but signs are that this is due to stockpiling ahead of worries over potential Brexit disruption.
Since 2016, the UK’s capital city has risen from eighth to second in the rankings driven by positive employment conditions feeding income growth.
Claire Smith, Alternatives Director at Schroders, discusses the risks and rewards of investing in UK infrastructure as the industry faces potential disruption from renationalisation, regulatory reforms and Brexit.