Goldman Sachs keeps Brexit bets unchanged after UK parliament takes control
Updated : March 26, 2019 01:25 PM IST
Although Adrian Paul, European economist at the US bank, said he was sceptical the "indicative votes" planned for Wednesday would prove conclusive, he said they may pave the way for a softer Brexit.
"Many of the options most likely to succeed point towards a "softer Brexit" than currently envisaged by the Prime Minister," he said.
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