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FTSE 100 Sheds Gains as May Demands New Deal

Friday, 20th July 2018

Theresa May is set to call upon the EU to strike a new deal to prevent a hard boarder between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland, and also to demand that the bloc respond to her whitepaper in a bid to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

May accepts that a hard border will need to be avoided, but feels that the EUís plan is not workable and that it must engage with her policy document, to protect businesses and also fulfil a commitment to avoid the need for infrastructure on the border. The EUís backstop solution was rejected by May. That solution proposes that Ireland will remain closely aligned with the EUís single market and the customs union, on the ground that it would create a border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.

The FTSE 100 gained 20 points this morning, barely moving following the June update on the public sector. The index is muted as investors wait to see what Theresa May has to say, and what the European Union will say in response. Traders are more interested in the foreign exchange market at the moment, with Trumpís policies and the Brexit negotiations dominating the headlines instead of public sector finances and corporate activity.

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