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Big Short’s Eisman Is Shorting U.K. Banks on Brexit

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Big Short’s Eisman Is Shorting U.K. Banks on Brexit – Eisman says U.K. is one of the biggest risks globally – He is betting against two UK banks in the lead up to Brexit – Eisman may short 50 other UK firms if “Trotskyite” Corbyn becomes UK PM – Eisman is famous for betting against the US housing market ahead of the 2008 subprime-mortgage crisis by Business Insider UK The hedge-fund manager famous for betting against the US housing market ahead of the 2008 crash is shorting a pair of British bank stocks in anticipation that the UK falls out of the European Union without securing a Brexit deal. “I’m shorting two stocks in the UK,” he told a conference in Dubai over the weekend, as reported by Bloomberg. He wouldn’t name the companies. He reportedly told the

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