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Footsie's verdict on Brexit

One of the most egregious of cognitive biases is the confirmation bias - our tendency to see what we want. We’re seeing examples of this today, with Brexiteers cheering FTSE’s rise whilst Remainers point to sterling’s fall. In truth, these...
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