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Are you tired of hearing about Brexit? Well, get in line. Over the last year, the U.K.’s European Union debacle has taken several ridiculous twists and turns. I won’t attempt to list everything that’s happened, as it’s been one of the more confusing political events in history, but as of right now it’s still unclear if there will be a deal in place when Britain leaves the EU on October 31—its departure has been delayed yet again—and who will be Prime Minister when it happens. It appears increasingly likely that Theresa May will be ousted before the new deadline passes. 
As difficult as this Coronation Street-like saga may be to follow, it has real implications, not just for Britons and companies headquartered there, but for investors who either own U.K. equities or are wondering if all this turmoil presents an opportunity. Not surprisingly, the FTSE 100’s stock chart looks like a Disney World roller coaster ride. Over the last 12 months, the index has gone up, plummeted down and then risen again…

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