Our experts analyse the latest Brexit developments to support you in your investment decisions.
Brexit has been the major talking point and domestic issue influencing UK financial markets since the referendum in 2016, but we may finally be nearing the end game. It might not be the conclusion that everybody wanted, and Brexit remains as divisive and polarising as ever, yet there is no doubt that uncertainty and fear around Britain’s exit from the European Union have negatively impacted the UK economy and dampened enthusiasm for domestic stocks.
New prime minister Boris Johnson is certainly not holding back. With the keys to No 10 in hand, he’s set about trying to renegotiate the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement with EU counterparts, but unless there is a compromise Britain will crash out of the EU on 31 October with no deal.
Whether you’re a Leaver or Remainer, interactive investor’s award-winning team will bring you all the news and analysis you need to help you make the best investment decisions as we race toward the Hallowe'en deadline.
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by Edmond Jackson
10 fast-moving growth stocks resisting market concerns
Despite all the uncertainty around financial markets, some stocks are showing few signs of concern.
by Ben Hobson
State pension increases for UK retirees in the EU at risk of no-deal
Government will only guarantee pension increases for next three years if Britain leaves without a deal.
by Stephen Little
Sterling's rocky week: Where may the pound go next?
Where sterling goes from here is anyone's guess. But where politics goes, the pound will too.
by Tom Bailey
FTSE 100 might do this as Brexit row rumbles on
In a week dominated by politics and currency fluctuations, our chartist offers a view on the main index.
by Alistair Strang
These small-caps could thrive after Brexit
There will be winners in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Our AIM expert identifies possible candidates.
by Andrew Hore
Brexit blues: Finding neglected UK domestic stocks
Battered UK domestic shares might be one of the best contrarian plays around. Here's how to pick them.
by Jack Brumby
Brexit poll reveals fall in investor confidence over no-deal fears
A poll by interactive investor, shows the prospect of a no-deal Brexit has knocked investor sentiment.
by Jemma Jackson
Brexit-proof your portfolio with these 10 large-caps
Avoid a Halloween shock with these stable, high-quality companies with a history of profitability.
by Jack Brumby
What's worse than Brexit? Six bigger investment threats
Surveying the global risk landscape, we name six bigger investing threats shrewd investors can't ignore.
by David Prosser
Three years on from Brexit vote: The best-performing funds
We reveal the best place for investors to have been since Britain voted to leave the European Union.
by Tom Bailey
The UK equity funds with Brexit in mind
As Brexit uncertainty continues, which UK equity funds offer the highest and lowest UK revenues exposure?
by Tom Bailey
We pick six investment managers to beat Brexit blues
With MPs failing to agree a Brexit outcome, we name the funds and trusts to weather the political storm.
by Jemma Jackson
16 funds to cover all possible Brexit outcomes
With all outcomes possible, a range of investment managers and analysts share their Brexit ideas.
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