Barnier Planning a Brexit Book After Four Years of Negotiations
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August 26 2020

Commentary by Eoin Treacy

Barnier Planning a Brexit Book After Four Years of Negotiations

This article by Ania Nussbaum for Bloomberg may be of interest to subscribers. Here is a section:

In his speech, Barnier also hinted that negotiations over the EU and U.K.’s future relationship may stretch beyond a meeting of the bloc’s leaders scheduled for mid-October as the two sides struggle to reach an agreement.

“If we want to ensure the ratification of this new treaty at the end of the year, we need an agreement around Oct. 31,” Barnier said. “The clock is ticking.”

Eoin Treacy's view

Brexit appears to have lost its ability to move markets. Perhaps investors have made their peace with the idea that the UK will leave the EU without a trade deal. It’s more likely that investors have concluded the border with the EU will be down the middle of the Irish Sea rather on the island of Ireland. In other words that a deal is inevitable.

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