According to analysts at Rabobank, today we get another day of opacity, mendacity, and pedantry in the form of Brexit debate in the UK and will be a key event to watch for today’s session.
“The latest headlines are the EU will turn their December 13-14 summit into a Brexit crisis meeting given the Withdrawal Agreement will almost certainly have been crushingly rejected 48 hours earlier.”
“Bloomberg even suggests the EU might consider delaying Brexit day if May indicates a second referendum is needed – but how is that going to work? It would mean the government repealing Article 50 and waiting months for a new plebiscite, and that would mean the UK gets to run in the EU elections in May.”
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