Irish investors more hopeful, prospects for a no-deal Brexit is fading


TOPSHOT – A vehicle passes an anti-Brexit pro-Irish unity billboard seen from the Dublin road in Newry, Northern Ireland, on October 1, 2019 on the border between Newry in Northern Ireland and Dundalk in the Irish Republic. – Britain will give the EU new proposals for a Brexit deal “shortly”, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on October 1, but rejected reports it would see customs posts along the Irish border. (Photo by PAUL FAITH / AFP) (Photo by PAUL FAITH/AFP via Getty Images)

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Noel O’Halloran is worried about Brexit, but maybe not as much as a few months ago. The chief investment officer of Dublin-based KBI Global Investors, manager of the New Ireland…


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