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Business leaders pessimistic over 2019 economy

A new survey has revealed that 74% of Britain’s top bosses are pessimistic about the UK’s economic condition and predict that it will decline in 2019 – the Financial Times reports.

Marketing research company, Ipsos Mori, found in its annual Captains of Industry research – which delved into the views of chairmen, chief executives and other senior managers of the UK’s largest listed and private companies - that just eight per cent expect to see improvements in the UK’s economy this year as uncertainties surrounding Brexit continue.

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