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Consensus among Global Investors that Brexit will Damage European Economy

June 16, 2016, Morningstar

Investors braced for stock market turmoil in UK and Europe if Britain leaves the European Union

With just a week to go to the EU Referendum, there is almost universal agreement amongst global investors that a Brexit vote would cause havoc on stock markets and damage both the UK and European economy. This consensus among investors seems in stark contrast to the divided views of politicians about the financial consequences of the UK leaving the European Union.

The study, by the Rivel Research Group, found that just 3% of UK investors thought the European economy would improve if Britain was to exit the European Union.

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Just 3 per cent of UK investors expect European economy to improve in a Britain-less future

June 7, 2016, Pensions Age Magazine

Just 3 per cent of UK investors believe the health of the European economy would improve if Britain was to exit the EU, a new study by the Rivel Intelligence Council has found.

The negative sentiment towards a Brexit was stronger among continental European investors, as only 2 per cent of respondents expect the European economy to be better off in a Britain-less future.

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When It Comes to ROIC, Investors May Not Be Buying the Company Line

A survey suggests companies need to do a better job selling their plans to improve returns on invested capital

Investors are clamoring for companies to disclose their return on invested capital, but they aren’t exactly buying the story companies are trying to tell with the metric. In a survey this spring by investor relations experts Rivel Research Group, ROIC once again scored as the most important financial metric for global investors that companies can talk about…

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