While the economic impact of the coronavirus has dominated the attention of markets and money managers, Brexit is making a comeback.
Wall Street titans have the most at stake as they face Brexit's final reckoning — and with less influence than they are accustomed to.
Members of Parliament voted to a block a no-deal Brexit, ruling out Boris Johnson's plan to leave the EU by Oct. 31.
Britain's pound slumped to its lowest level since 2016, as the prospect of a general election added complexity to the Brexit calculus.
Political uncertainty in the U.K. makes it difficult to position portfolios, managers said as Theresa May's Brexit deal was rejected again.
The U.K. government rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal deal Tuesday.