This week Ben Gutteridge, Brewin Head of Fund Research, interviews Gideon Rachman, the Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator at the Financial Times. As the title suggests the focus of the conversation is on the developing Trump administration and the kind of relationship they are looking to forge with the world super powers. The second half of the conversation turns to Brexit, and how the European authorities are positioning themselves ahead of the negotiations, and the prospects for a favourable, or even transitional deal to be struck.
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