Will a proclaimed Brexit result in driving up borrowing costs?
For those not in the know, a Brexit refers to the very real prospect of Britain exiting the all-powerful European Union. The death of the unhappy marriage between Britain & our European neighbours could be right around the corner. Amongst many other things, financiers are predicting an increase in borrowing costs as a knock on effect to the proposed Brexit.
Indeed, even the speculation of a Brexit is unsafe ground for the finance market! A lack of security within the market could lead to dramatic increases in borrowing costs.
Borrowers could suffer from higher interest rates if Britain votes to leave the European Union. Clydesdales & Yorkshire Banks have warned. This is due to rising funding costs following a break from Brussels. Uncertainty is traditionally the enemy of the finance & the property market. A dramatic breakaway from the European Union could spark a fiasco for the British finance & property market, driving up borrowing costs & sending a tremor through the economy.
An increase in borrowing costs could obviously have a detrimental effect to many borrowers. In an increasingly highly regulated & tightened market, the news would come as welcome to none. Even if a British exit from European Union never surfaces, the hearsay alone is enough to knock a few points off the FTSE index.
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