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Can A Canadian Manage The Fallout Of Brexit Vote?

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Canada is less susceptible than some of its international allies to the anti-globalization forces that have created Brexit and a potential U.S president Trump, experts in a panel discussion suggested Tuesday.
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Canadians invested almost $69 billion directly in the U.K. in 2014, according to Statistics Canada, or 8.3 per cent of foreign investment.
Many Canadians also have money tied up in Britain through retirement funds such as the Canada Pension Plan.
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The nationalist, anti-migration sentiment that characterized elements of the “leave” campaign was not directed at Canadians, but some wonder if that may change down the road.
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Canada has tremendous economic fundamentals that we are strengthening with key investments in infrastructure and measures to grow our middle class. We are well positioned to weather global market uncertainty as we have done in the past.
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Birenbaum agrees that we're not headed for a global economic disaster. So she advises Canadians with cash on hand and long-term investment plans to view Brexit as a buying opportunity.
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Canada is less susceptible to the anti globalisation movement, such as brexit and a potential Trump victory. This means it will be a great country for foreign investors.
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“It’s not impossible that Britain could negotiate its own [new] trade agreement with Canada, but these things take time.” There is also a looming concern that CETA, considered by Canada and most of Europe as a “done deal,” might need to be reopened to accommodate a Europe without Britain.
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When a country as important as Britain leaves the EU it will have lasting effects on all countries that rely on trade.
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It’s difficult to determine the impact of a potential British exit, or Brexit, on the country’s financial industry and the foreign investors it serves. The terms of any exit would only become clear after a vote to leave.
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I don't see what Mark Carney's nationality has to do with his competence. Am I in the wrong conversation? If so sorry!
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As long as he's qualified and informed, yes.
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Referendums on separation from political and economic relationships are a particularly sensitive topic in Canada, given Quebec’s history. And before Britain’s vote, Mr. Trudeau made it clear that he wanted Britain to remain in the European Union. As recently as Wednesday, Mr. Trudeau urged the British not to leave.

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Pedro Antunes, deputy chief economist of the Conference Board of Canada, said one of the things he will be watching for is how these market jitters affect consumer confidence in Canada and business investment.

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