This week I attended a presentation to a group of investment professionals in London about the world economic outlook by a leading strategy house with a U.S. Economist. This was a private event.
They examined at some length the possibility of a world recession before concluding there would not be one soon. Amidst all the possible threats that could cause one there was no mention of Brexit, nor did any of the expert guests ask about it though there were lots of questions. It seems the wilder thoughts of the Bank of England do not even warrant discussion as people do not think it plausible.