Politics and the pound have been inextricably linked since the vote to leave the EU and the moves in Westminster have directly translated into sterling volatility.

While the appointment of Theresa May as our 2nd female Prime Minister may have given markets some stability in the short term, significant risks remain; we are no closer to knowing what relationship the UK will have with the EU, whether the Tory policy of austerity will survive or if we can expect a general election in the coming months.

With that in mind join us as we dissect the political pressures on sterling and the UK economy, the expected reactions of the Bank of England and other central banks to a possible recession and a timeline of the negotiations that the UK may embark upon soon with the EU.

Going forward sterling is going to be a particularly unpredictable currency but we will try and pick a path through the fog in this presentation.

The webinar will take place on July 27th, at 10:00 AM

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