EU referendum opinion polls show a clear lead for the Remain camp. This is having an impact on sterling. The FT's Roger Blitz explores why the pound has been volatile and whether the market is more bullish about the Remain campaign winning.
Image copyright Getty Images The presidential election result came as a shock to people who had been looking for guidance from opinion polls. Just like at the 2015 UK general election and the EU referendum, the outcome was different from what most polls had suggested. So should we give up on th
We believe it’s also reasonable to apply the same long-term thinking to other markets and to other macro events, such as Britain’s planned exit from the EU and leadership elections elsewhere in Europe. No-one knew the outcome of the US election or EU referendum before they happened, despite what the opinion polls were saying at the time. http://vitalwm.co.uk/investment-planning-new-president-new-investment-strategy/
Forget opinion polls, voter trends and detailed research about key issues, a British farm has come up with an alternative way to predict the outcome of next week's EU referendum – by racing miniature pigs.
Britons are voting in the UK’s historic EU referendum that will shape the nation’s relations with the world for decades to come. Financial markets reacted to the latest opinion polls giving Remain a lead by pushing sterling to its highest level