BREXIT REFERENDUM (PRE AND POST) ON METAL COMMODITY FUTURES PRICES TRADED IN INDIA

@inproceedings{Abraham2019BREXITR,
  title={BREXIT REFERENDUM (PRE AND POST) ON METAL COMMODITY FUTURES PRICES TRADED IN INDIA},
  author={Annie Abraham and Albin George Scaria and Thangjam Ravichandra},
  year={2019}
}
The Brexit referendum has had varying degrees of impact on the capital and commodity markets of the UK and the EU, along with several other countries. Factors such as ease of doing business, coupled with the fact that London is the center of the financial world has made Britain a prime attraction for foreign investments. Indian investments are the third largest source of FDI in the UK, with over 800 incorporated companies of Indian origin, having a very significant revenue exposure for these… CONTINUE READING

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