There’s Risk of a ‘Buyer’s Strike’ in Stocks, Barclays Says

  • Active investor boosted risk exposure in week before U.K. vote
  • Mutual fund managers unprepared for outflows, risk aversion

U.S. Stocks Surge: How Long Will the Rebound Last?

The selloff following the U.K.’s secession vote, the deepest two-day rout since 2008, may herald an extended period of risk aversion in the global stock market, says Barclays Plc.

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