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Below BlueNotes presents its comprehensive coverage of the event and its implications for the economy.
HOW BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS EXPLAINS THE BREXIT
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If the Brexit doesn’t seem rational, here are some ideas from behavioural economics which could help explain it.
HOW YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD REACT TO BREXIT
What does Brexit mean for companies outside the EU and UK? Here are some important factors to consider.
BREXIT DOES NOT CHANGE THE GLOBAL GROWTH OUTLOOK
Fallout from UK’s vote will likely keep monetary policy easy for longer across developed economies.
The referendum has cost the UK its prized rating but do they really matter anymore in sovereign-bond markets?
BREXIT MAY BE GOOD FOR AUSTRALIAN FARMERS
There’s mixed news for agribiz in the wake of the brexit but the bitter harvest is undoubtedly uncertainty.
CAN YOU BANK ON BREXIT?
Banks are leveraged plays on economic growth and there are fears the Brexit could put this at risk.
WHAT THE BREXIT FALLOUT MEANS FOR APAC
The options for Europe after England announced it would leave the EU are well-documented. What then for Asia?
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01 Jul 2016