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BANK OF ENGLAND: Brexit is going to be 'insidious'

Brexit, and the uncertainty surrounding the UK's stance on international trade, will have an "insidious" effect on the economy, according to the deputy governor of the Bank of England. Ben Broadbent said that companies would cut back on future investment, having an adverse effect on the economy. It might not be as noticeable as businesses closing or moving employees away from the UK, but it will be just as important.
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