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Tuesday the 15th will see a UK Parliamentary vote in the Commons regarding Brexit. There is considerable uncertainty surrounding the vote, however one thing is known: this could make or break Theresa May's Brexit deal. The political uncertainty has flowed over into the financial markets with a number of assets seeing significant volatility. A ratified deal is likely to display stability and confidence resulting in a strengthening GBP, and possibly a short term boost to British stock prices and indices such as the mid-cap FTSE 250. On the other hand, a rejected deal and an increase in uncertainty could signpost a bearish movement. 

 

We have a live #IGBrexitChat on Wednesday 16th at 13:00 GMT

1547486927862.pngIG’s Jeremy Naylor will be live in the studio with Alexandra Kellert from Control Risks and Peter Dixon from Commerzbank AG to analyse the possible effects on the markets. Ahead of the chat, he’ll also be speaking with Ben Habib from First Property Group, and the highlights from that interview will be played during the show.

 

Submit your questions now

A key talking point throughout the #IGBrexitChat will be the effect on the markets and how to uncover any trade ideas. We want your questions! Simply submit your questions using the comments section below, either before the chat or over the live show (we'll monitor IG Community and make sure we put your questions to the panel). Add your questions to some of the key areas we'll be covering such as...

  1. Which markets should you be watching?
  2. What direction is EUR/GBP likely to move in?
  3. What are the possible effects on the FTSE 100?
  4. How can you capitalise on market volatility following the vote?
  5. How will the EU react?

(The video player below will auto configure 5 minutes before the live show at 13:00 on the 16th Jan)

 

 

How do I view IGTV live in the platform?

You can watch the broadcast above, however if you would like to watch in your dealing platform so you can watch the markets throughout the show...

  1. Click on the top right hand 'notifications' tab
  2. Click the IGTV prompt which will go live 5 minutes before the show
  3. Move the IGTV player anywhere in your workspace. If you already have the player open the show will start automatically. 

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Guest ademola

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Now that the deal has been rejected. What significant effect will it have on unemployment.

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May's likely to win the No Confidence vote as her own party are unlikely to want to bring down their own government... however the Referendum and Trump winning the election was also incredibly unlikely. If No Confidence goes through - what are the next steps and effect on the market?

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we haven't seen nearly as much volatility as I would have thought (apart from a relatively small devaluation and return to norm for GBP). What are some likely volatile periods on the near horizon?

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oh also - is the fact the US gov has shut down giving more focus on European matters? All the US based trading articles are pretty dull at the moment.

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