Prior to 23 June, a number of studies tried to pin down what a Brexit vote would cost the UK. Estimates fell across a range, but all agreed on one point: leaving the European Union, in the medium-term at least, would be expensive.
The initial shock was indeed widely felt. Uncertainty has rocked the markets; the British pound has taken a big hit, falling to a 31-year low this morning. In Westminster, there is also a sense that nobody is at the wheel, with questions raised on future infrastructure budgets and projects.
All of this is making some investors nervous. Yet others talk of silver linings, with the prospect, for example, of higher power prices; a number of offshore institutions also see potential bargains amid the risk-off trend.
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