Pound could fall victim to politics Noel O'Halloran-CIO-KBIGI-interview on Bloomberg radio

Pound Could Fall Victim to Politics

Markets want to see a coordinated vision on Brexit within the U.K. cabinet, says Noel O’Halloran, CIO at KBI Global Investors. He told Daybreak Europe’s Nejra Cehic and Markus Karlsson the lack of unity looks set to weigh on sterling. He also explained why he believes equities will climb and Treasuries fall.

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