The British people began to stock up on cash. According to Sky News, in the weeks following the referendum of the exit from the EU, the rate of accumulation of cash banknotes and coins rose to 8% by households and businesses. This is the first time since 2009. After Brexit, almost all expect from the Bank some incentives, including lower rates and even, the introduction of negative interest rates. In such circumstances, it’s impractical to keep money in banks and, so people take their savings from banks. 

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