Brexit uncertainty to benefit active funds

No one knows what Brexit will bring, but investors say market dislocation could be a plus for active managers

Going down: as sterling heads lower, active managers await opportunity

As the fallout from Brexit continues, profit-seeking investors in the US are bracing for a summer of volatility, but reckon the uncertain environment could be fertile ground for active currency managers to add some returns to their portfolios.

Investors fled to safety on June 24, after Britain voted 52% to 48% to leave the European Union. The shock move sent the pound into a historic slide, and kicked off a period of political and economic uncertainty for the UK, the trading bloc and markets at

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