Anti-Brexit campaigners protest outside Parliament in London on October 17 before British Prime Theresa May’s meeting with European Union leaders in Brussels to discuss a possible Brexit deal. Photo: EPA-EFE
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Nicholas Spiro

Despite the emerging market stock rout, Europe has fund managers more concerned

  • Nicholas Spiro says while the slide in Asian tech stocks heightens concerns over emerging market equities, uncertainties in Europe pose a bigger worry
  • Britain remains the most disliked by equity investors, while Italy’s spat with the euro zone and the end of the Merkel and Draghi era are also causing disquiet

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Anti-Brexit campaigners protest outside Parliament in London on October 17 before British Prime Theresa May’s meeting with European Union leaders in Brussels to discuss a possible Brexit deal. Photo: EPA-EFE
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