By Matt Dathan
Bankers face a long summer ahead of them after being told not to book holidays because of June’s EU referendum.
Fears over Brexit have led bosses to ensure high staffing levels in the aftermath of the June 23 vote – usually a quiet time in the financial industry when many choose to take their summer holiday.
There are concerns that leaving the EU could spark market chaos, as well as a housing market crash, while a vote to stay in the Brussels club could see a rush of orders from customers and clients who have delayed decisions until Britain’s future relationship with the EU is certain.
But banks are also keen to take advantage of the vote as soon as the results become clear – with significant profits to be made as investors begin trading again.
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Posted on April 25, 2016 by Boulderdash