“It’s quite likely that a no-deal would set off a euro area recession, if only because of the uncertainty it would add to the existing slowdown,” said TS Lombard economist Constantine Fraser, pointing to Germany and Ireland in particular. “As things stand, [Germany] will just about avoid recession, but a no-deal Brexit could tip it over the edge,” he said. In turn, that could drag down the entire eurozone.
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