By SIMON CONSTABLE
Months after voters in the U.K. decided by referendum that their country should withdraw from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered Article 50 to formally depart from the economic and political partnership in 2019.
And while the die is irrevocably cast – Article 50 cannot be withdrawn without unanimous consent of the other 27 EU members – the implications for investors and global financial markets may not be as bad as once feared. And there's money to be had for those who can make the right moves. Read more here.