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Brexit: ten stocks to prepare your portfolio

09/03/2019 · British Land (BLND)  · easyJet (EZJ)  · First Property Group   · JD Wetherspoon (JDW)  · Lloyds (LLOY)  · Next (NXT)  · Smith & Nephew (SN.)  · Taylor Wimpey (TW)  · Unilever (ULVR)  · Young & Co. (YNGA) 

Brexit Investment Ideas UK

Union and EU flag merging together

With one month to go, businesses are still worried about the potential of leaving the EU without a deal. But it’s unfair to assume that all will be hurt. Here are five stocks to buy before a no-deal Brexit. However, the chances of a no deal Brexit are retreating – apparently – so we’ve also suggested five companies which could receive a boost if a deal is done.


Brexit could yet prove disastrous for British business, trade and the value of the sterling. Or it could finally liberate the country from the “unelected old men” in Brussels (quote: Nigel Farage). Or it could end up being a three-year faff which divided the country, ripped up the UK’s two main political parties and resulted in absolutely nothing.

Time will tell. For now, all we know is that the uncertainty is making both businesses and their…

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