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Brexit could lead to bridging market questions

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Posted on Mar 09, 2018 | in In the news

Now not for a minute do I think that Brexit, even the teak hard version that we may end up with, is going to be anywhere near as serious as events were back then. But at the same time it is starting to feel like there could be a fair bit of turbulence in the years ahead as we exit the EU. Negotiations are not exactly going smoothly.

Read Mark Posniak's Mortgage Strategy comment in full here.

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