The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Deon Gouws, Chief Investment Officer at Credo Group in London.
Gouws discussed why South Africans should care about next week’s Brexit vote.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Polls suggest Brexit is the more likely outcome. Bookies, however, suggest the opposite is true.— Deon Gouws
A lot of people will vote. Interest is off the scale!— Deon Gouws
There will be some impact on Investec and Old Mutual.— Deon Gouws
This is the Y2K bug of our time!— Deon Gouws
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