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The markets are completely unprepared for a 'hard Brexit'

Financial markets are totally unprepared for the prospect of a so-called "hard Brexit" and have not even remotely priced it into their models, according to new research from Deutsche Bank. In a note titled "A hard Brexit isn't remotely priced" and circulated to clients on Wednesday, Deutsche macro strategist Oliver Harvey argues that markets simply aren't ready for the scenario whereby Britain would pull out of the European single market, which in turn would allow the government to end the free movement of people.
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