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State Street launches Brexometer Index


State Street has launched the Brexometer Index, commenting that following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, the ‘what next’ question remains one that everyone is asking and many are trying to answer.

For a more quantitative insight into institutional investor sentiment towards the UK’s departure, the key findings of State Street’s first of its quarterly Brexometer Index are:

63 per cent of institutional investors expect to maintain their holdings in UK assets (equities, bonds and/or alternatives) over the next six months;

80 per cent expect Brexit to have an impact on their operating models – up from three quarters (76 per cent);

Almost half (48 per cent) expect the level of investment into the UK economy to fall during the next quarter, down slightly from 52 per cent in the inaugural findings;

Just under a third (31 per cent) believe asset owners will decrease levels of investment risk over the next three to five years – up from 26 per cent previously. A quarter (26 per cent) think asset owners will increase levels of risk.

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