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Brexit could be the best thing that happened to the European Union

Brexit could make Britain weaker and strengthen the EU Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Alberto Gallo

Portfolio Manager and Head of Macro Strategies, Algebris Investments

Aditya Aney ‎

‎Associate Portfolio Manager and Macro Credit Analyst, Algebris Investments

Tao Pan

Macro Analyst and Associate Portfolio Manager, Algebris Investments

Pablo Morenes

Senior associate, Algebris Investments

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A protester holds a blackboard outside Parliament after Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May triggered the process by which the United Kingdom will leave the Euopean Union, in London, March 29, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay  - RTX337CF
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