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Stephanie Flanders’ update on Greece (video)

Contributors Stephanie Flanders, Global Markets Insights Strategy Team

In a series of three videos recorded on Monday morning, Stephanie Flanders, chief market strategist for the UK and Europe, provides her thoughts on yesterday’s Greek referendum result.

How would you describe the European markets’ initial reaction to Greece’s clear ‘no’? What do you think the implications are for European equities, bonds and the euro?

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