It's been a few months of ups and downs for the global
financial markets. Brexit and Donald Trump, as well as other
government elections and reshuffles in a number of
jurisdictions have all played a role in upsetting the stability
of the markets.
Most recently, the news of Theresa May's narrow victory in
the UK elections contributed further to weakening the pound,
whose downward trend has been a fixture of the financial
markets since the Brexit vote in June 2016. That being said,
the reality of a so-called hung parliament – where no
single party has an overall majority – and...