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Goldman Sachs sees orderly Brexit with PM May getting deal through parliament


Goldman Sachs sees Prime Minister Theresa May clinching a Brexit deal on access to European Union markets for goods and getting it approved by the British parliament, though it cautioned that a disorderly exit and national election remained possible. (Reuters World News) More More

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