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The two asset classes that will suffer most from Brexit

Real estate will bear the brunt of the Brexit fallout as a result of a decrease in immigration and the unwillingness of banks to provide liquidity.

This is according to Brian Singer, head of dynamic allocation Strategies at William Blair.

Singer, who said the referendum had led him to have the least amount of risk in his portfolio over his 30-year career, also identified European financials as a potential loser following the vote.

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