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Britain’s Stock Market Climbs To All-Time Highs Post-Brexit

We all vividly remember the Brexit vote, right at the start of the summer, which created panic in markets. That lasted only two or three days, as all markets recovered very quickly. Surprisingly, just one week after the Brexit vote, the stock market in Britain started rallying strongly. Since then, Britain’s stock index has done extremely well. It can even be considered one of the outperformers.
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