Were economists wrong about Brexit?

Before the June referendum, economists warned a UK vote to leave the EU would tip the economy into recession. But today, Britons are still spending and the markets are buoyant. So who is right? The gloomy economists or the upbeat markets? Barney Thompson puts the question to Chris Giles, the FT’s economics editor, and Roger Blitz, currencies correspondent.

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