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Markets in the UK are convinced there's not going to be a Brexit

Britain's financial market players are becoming less and less worried about the prospect of Britain leaving the European Union — dubbed a Brexit — as they are increasingly pricing out Brexit risks. According to a new report on the British economy from Deutsche Bank strategist Jack Di-Lizia, market volatility has stabilised after recent polls showed that the remain camp is pulling away.
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