Skeptical the “indicative votes” planned for Wednesday would prove conclusive – Goldman Sachs

Analysts at the US investment banking giant, Goldman Sachs, maintains their bets on the Brexit outcomes after the UK Parliament voted to take over control of the Brexit process for a day.

Adrian Paul, European economist at Goldman Sachs noted: “Skeptical the “indicative votes” planned for Wednesday would prove conclusive, 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.” 

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“Goldman sees a 15 percent chance that the UK leaves the EU without a deal, a 35 percent chance that the UK’s decision to leave the EU is overturned, and a 50 percent chance that lawmakers eventually coalesce around a close variant of the current EU withdrawal agreement.”

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