Britain’s biggest investors have all increased their shareholdings in the UK since the Brexit referendum in a show of faith in the economy’s fundamental strengths.
Political turmoil and market volatility have not stopped the financial powerhouses from pouring more money into Britain, betting on Britain’s sustained success over the long-term.
UK shares have performed relatively poorly since the referendum compared with investments in other countries.
Yet investors said these lower prices mean UK assets are now more attractive, encouraging those who are confident in Britain’s long-term future to put more money into the market.
The country’s top 10 investors, including Vanguard, Invesco, Schroders,…